David Suzuki: How geoengineering relates to climate change
From clearing land to building dams, we've done it throughout history. When our technologies and populations were limited, our actions affected small areas We've now entered an era in which humans are a geological force.
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#1 Aug 21, 2013
Man has been a geological force for many centuries. Just look at Rapa Nui, the Maya, the cedar forests of Lebanon(or their non-existence I should say), etc.
The real issue is that these changes and collapses occur despite the forward looking of some, generally due to the rapacity and self interest of a few.
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