NextGenEco - @DDVasseur Proud Parent, Aspiring Zen Buddhist,
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I'm A Very Green Republican Concerned about CO2's @ 409.96 May 2017
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Dr. Franken-Tree, I Presume: Using Biotechnology to Battle Extinction (I agree with the author on many issues. Nano glazed greenhouse glass should repel dirt, mold, etc.. But again will humans survive our technological adolescence.
I cover the far frontiers of science, technology and culture.
Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own.
"In thirty years of covering (as an author/journalist) and working on (as an entrepreneur/activist) both ecological issues and technological breakthroughs, I’ve come to the conclusion that the greatest environmental threat we now face is the sad fact that, for the most part, environmentalists and technologists refuse to speak to one another.
This has long made me crazy. One example comes to mind. When I was researching Abundance, I was on the phone with one of the world’s leading experts in water. He told me that no matter what happened, no matter what technology was utilized, Sub-Saharan Africa was still totally screwed. “Totally screwed?” I replied, “What about vertical farming, which can grow crops with 80 percent less water, or in-vitro meat, I mean, half the water in the US goes to grow grain that feeds cattle.”
There was a long pause and finally the water expert looked at me and said: “What are vertical farms and in-vitro meat?”