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Hydroponic Carbon Capture at Source (HCCAS) for Energy

Hydroponic Carbon Capture at Source (HCCAS) for Energy

Power generation & industry is likely to continue to need fossil/bio-fuels for decades. HCCAS converts the CO2 to O2 AND makes food/biofuel.
Mass transit utilizing autonomous electric vehicles on a solar powered tollroad.

Mass transit utilizing autonomous electric vehicles on a solar powered tollroad.

A nationwide transportation system based on shared electric cars in a network of toll roads that control and provide power to the vehicles.
Industrial GHG Reduction, Sustainable Growth and the IMBECS Protocol

Industrial GHG Reduction, Sustainable Growth and the IMBECS Protocol

Moving the entire industrial sector over to carbon negitive fuel can be largely achieved within 20 years. This proposal offers one path.
Path To Zero - Energy Supply

Path To Zero - Energy Supply

Bring cities to energy independence through carbon, energy and cost neutrality.
STRAUT Aero: Solar Hot Air Generator

STRAUT Aero: Solar Hot Air Generator

#STRAUT AERO #Innovative design #solar hot air gen. massive potential 4 addressng industrial process heat req. #economic wthout subsidies
Settle the carbon debt and release the power of example!

Settle the carbon debt and release the power of example!

I suggest how to leave the dispute about historical responsibility for climate change behind and unleash the power of example.

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