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projectsavetheworld's podcast

Mar 11, 2019

We have 12 years to save the world from the worst of global warming. Carbon sinks are essential—suck carbon out of the air and sequester it. The British company Carbon Bioengineering is planting trees all around the world with their drones. They expect to plant one billion per year soon. But we'll need a trillion trees. Can it be done? A discussion with Prof. Sandy Smith and Eric Davies in Toronto and Elena Fernandez-Miranda and Eman Hamdan in Oxford, England. (video version 4 March 2019)

This series of weekly discussions is produced by Peace Magazine (see and Project Save the World (see On the latter website, you are invited to comment on this podcast episode and endorse the Platform for Survival, a list of 25 public policy proposals that, if enacted, will markedly reduce the risk of the six most urgent threats to humankind.