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Huynh Phu Dat

Apr 29, 2014
04:56

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Before we build government buildings/ industrial area , we destroy plants can absorb 1000 lbs CO2 , after we build the buildings/ industrial area , the law don't force us plants some trees which can absorb 1000 lbs CO2 . 7 billions people , no one do this . Global Serious error of design if we focus on absorbing CO2 of environment before and after we build buildings/ industrial area

Huynh Phu Dat

Apr 29, 2014
04:10

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I meant buildings in general

Neil Harrison

Jun 15, 2014
10:18

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If I am understanding your proposal correctly, you are suggesting that land use changes, especially greenfield construction of industrial properties should require offsetting carbon reduction either locally or globally. Land use change is a big issue much contended in the UNFCCC negotiations. If an international agreement is ever concluded, it may be possible to set some globally applicable standards for legislated remedies to the negative externalities of land use change. Until then we shall have to rely on either national or local regulation to require offsetting carbon mitigation or public pressure to conserve the environment by such means. In some locales such actions have had some beneficial effects but these have been few and far between and usually in rich locations as in the US or EU.

Huynh Phu Dat

Jun 15, 2014
10:57

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Hello Harrow , You're 4th Catalysts and James Greyson understand this , , environmental law , green standard , urban design , forest policy , ......must change . 1 Catalyst help me mail a letter to EPA . Hope EPA will reply me . " In some locales such actions have had some beneficial effects but these have been few and far between and usually in rich locations as in the US or EU " . I confirm I HAVE A SOLUTION for this problem . Don't worry .

Manohar Lal Baharani

Jun 17, 2014
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Please see comments under contest category - "Consumption of Products and Services". Thanks. Manohar

Huynh Phu Dat

Jun 17, 2014
09:47

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Hi , laxmimanohar Yes , I read your reply . It's good . Thank you .

Huynh Phu Dat

Jun 30, 2014
03:34

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Update Agriculture , livestock , CO2 , methane , tax , solution . Really hope you will support my proposals .

Huynh Phu Dat

Jul 4, 2014
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Update The Impact of Proposal “ Global Serious Errors of Design of the World , Environmental Laws “ on climate change with result : Absorb 2 329 559 574 804 tons CO2 > Emit 595 245 000 000 000 tons CO2 in 15 years , if 1 year we emit 39.683 billion tons CO2 .

Climate Colab

Aug 6, 2014
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We appreciate that the author has obviously considered this problem from many angles, given the long report and many calculations. However, it still is not clear to use as to what it is actually proposing regarding the industry sector. We would have also needed more of the implications of its primary recommendation, the planting of a particular type of tree, worked through (e.g. viability in different regions, water use, etc). Please also note that the link to LEED standards is not clear.