In terms of carcinogenic damage, what is more harmful?
As far as the comparison details, say hypothetically:
- being in a room at a reasonable distance with a person smoking
- being at a reasonable distance to a busy street.
Has this sortof comparison ever been done before? I'm curious what's worse.
If it was done on a large enough scale? Wouldn't it take up far less ground area then we use today allowing the land to be renaturalized as well? Wouldn't this employ a lot of people who would otherwise be doing things like slash and burn deforestation in the rainforest for farming and provide enough food and profit for prosperiety a middle class and sustainible development as well? Would this make sense to do to make cities more sustainible by having them produce there own food near themselves? Wouldn't this help civilization to reverse it's sprawling out in all directions to feed and supply itself trend that it's been on since it's begginning thats been destroying the wild environment the whole time?
I would like to know are any of you doing something about the fuel prices? I have a diesel car which I recently started using Biodiesel in.
I made the biodiesel at home by myself and it's really really easy.
I save so much money per month on doing this, are any of you helping the cause or saving money by doing this?
If you are interested check out this review on making your own biodiesel then really consider it. It seriously works and helped me. http://biodiesel.reviewfunnel.com/
If you don't want to consider it please tell me why not