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Precipitation of ochre from a metalliferous mine water outflow at Wheal Augusta in Devon. (c) Braunardt

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…nothing such as a free lunch…

For many decades, we’ve released too much carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases into the atmosphere and for some decades, scientists have developed and tested geoengineering solutions for the consequences of increased concentrations of greenhouse gases in our atmosphere. Today, the online version of Science reported yet another approach…that once more shows that there is…

Death Trap!

I don’t usually share personal experiences here, but for the benefit of prickly wildlife, I’ll make an exception today.