Re: Scammed Again
but increased carbon emissions (at least in the form of co2) could lead to global greening - where plant life can grow more efficiently as a result - so surely reducing carbon emissions would have the opposite effect?...
As an example, the carbonatite emissions of the Volcano of Ol Doinyo Lengai in Africa have an interesting effect:
"The carbonatite ash spread over the surrounding grasslands leads to a uniquely succulent, enriched pasture. This makes the area a vital stage on the annual wildebeast beast migration, where it becomes the nursery for the birth of several thousand calves."
(and whilst I don't always treat wikipedia without a pinch of salt, in this case there is the science to back it up)