Royal Society – freshwater quality

The demise of New Zealand’s freshwaters: politics and science “Dr Mike Joy gives the 2014 Charles Fleming Lecture for the Royal Society of New Zealand as the 2013 recipient of the Charles Fleming Award for Environmental Achievement” The demise of … Continue reading

TLUD utility in Thailand

Here’s a campaign worthy of support. Josh Kearns has a long history of good work in Thailand. This is a very well presented pitch… https://experiment.com/projects/can-biomass-char-remove-toxic-synthetic-chemicals-from-drinking-water “Toxic synthetic chemicals such as pesticides and pharmaceutical residues are a major threat to drinking … Continue reading

Climate change, geoengineering, biochar – the NZ link

Biochar is a veritable Swiss army knife for some of the planets problems. There are many tools being unfolded for agriculture enhancement and environmental repair. Energy tools abound, due to the diverse range of biochar production methods, and their residual … Continue reading