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Global warming and the financial crisis.
Or what our world does not understand.

The annual 24 billion tonnes of manmade carbon dioxide going into our atmosphere is more than enough to provision a world population of a mere 6.7 billion. We know how to do it.
We, humankind, generally know how, and we at Global Eco, with our associates, know specifically.

So we seek to communicate that understanding to a society reluctant to change, faced with the real threat of extinction.


Starting with the Industrial Revolution (of which I shot a film):

· We evolved into an industrial society,
· largely ignoring world agriculture,
· leaving 75% of the land area barren,
· and with our consuming material resources faster than they become available.

In 1972 I wrote Slo Mo Crunch and the slow decline has now become a plunge.

With far more money, in paper form, than there are material resources to match it, to equate it. Money is not wealth but has become a product for the banks to trade around as if it were.

For years I have been writing that we are consuming resources faster than they become available, now we have reached the crunch point.
Time to reverse it.

The answer is to create real resources in a practical way as quickly as possible. The manmade carbon dioxide going into the air is a valuable resource that we can use. Carbon is a part of almost everything in our lives (trees 60%, you and I are 20%. A major part of most fuels, industrial processes, casting and shaping metals, making pipes, concrete, bricks, bottles and of course about half of all our foods).

At Global Eco we know how to make air-carbon into living-carbon for foods, fuels, fertilisers and many resources.
The knowledge within our society also knows how to do it.
But we don’t know that we know it.

The production of food for the industrialised societies is by industrialised agriculture. The turning of the fields into factory floors using highly mechanised farming methods combined with the use of low nutrient chemical fertilisers made from fossil fuel oil.
All poisoned by pesticides and herbicides. Leading, inevitably, to progressively higher food prices for inferior products.
So again it is creating more global warming combined with the exhausting of finite world resources. Double crunch.

An answer is to convert air-carbon into world resources by using fast growing plantlife – the basic food for all animal life on land and in the oceans. To do it as widely as possible and at immensely high speed: Continuously and cyclically.
This can be up to a million times faster than trees grow!

Global Eco knows how, by combining biology with natural energy technology,
harnessing abundant natural energies, so that both are creating natural wealth and world resources.
What we call ‘Valid Technology’ is the equipment that produces more resources that their manufacture consumes (efficient solar, wind, wave power etc.)

Exactly the opposite to the basic functions of industrialised societies.
Industry takes finite and dwindling resources, pays people to make them into products, with their money the people buy products, consume them, and throw them away.

The need is to bring the understandings of how to work with our God-given planet’s seriously depleted support-systems into public discussion. With the answers.

That of turning the annual 24 billion tonnes of manmade carbon dioxide into providing for a mere 6.7 billion of us. There are a vast variety of ways. And to make the 75% of our world’s land that is barren to flourish in harmony with nature.

Not-for-profit and self-funded Global Eco has the knowledge with forty years of research and experience. Massive information currently in random order, and we do not have the structure to compile and communicate it.

Since this is a basic issue between the extinction of humankind versus a new, beautiful and enriching world in future there must be a way. And there is.

Harry Hart (78) FBIS

Global Eco, and predecessors over thirty years, are committed to world wasteland recovery to provide the resources for the future using natural energy, atmospheric carbon and organic cultivation.
Non-profit and largely self-funded. Support, grants, donations and sponsorships are welcome.
Account: Global Eco, A/C No. 71784845 Sort Code 60-04-16 NatWest Bank, Cornhill, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 1BQ, UK.


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Harry Hart. Fellow of The British Interplanetary Society studying life-support systems since 1957. World-wide documentary cinematographer since 1946.Two Emmy Awards and five Nominations etc

Lay ecologist. Co founder of several eco charities.
PO Box 2000 Bury St Edmunds IP33 1SL, UK

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