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The Jatropha curcas is a tree, that scientists say, has the ability to soak up large amounts of carbon dioxide, a procedure labelled “carbon farming”. The idea is to plant large groups of these magical trees in deserts that boarder coastlines, which will then encourage rainfall, soak up carbon dioxide, and nourish the soil.
South Africa has truly made its country proud when it comes to going Green and starting Green initiatives. There is a time and place to commend these individuals and organisations that have gone the extra mile to show their love and responsibility to our environment and to helping preserve its precious resources.
The Great Barrier Reef: a natural world phenomenon is under threat. From a 50% decrease in coral cover since 1985, there is much to be concerned about. Numerous reports claim that the drastic climate change the world has been experiencing is the culprit, but further reading hints that it may be an number factors influencing this decline.
Thomas Adcock of Oxford University has proposed that Pentland firth could very easily provide half of Scotland with electricity through tidal power. This is due to the rapid flow of water as the moving tide passes through a very narrow channel.