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More livestock. Watch it for the finer details and results of implementation. Should be of huge interest to Australia and Africa to name a few. Has the potential to reduce global warming substantially and provide arable land in barren areas. Sold?Is the answer more trees?
You're not really selling it very well.
Very interesting video, thanks for posting this.The speaker in the talk is fairly boring initially but its well worth sticking through to the end.
Potential world changer?
Your probably right about the Aborigines in Australia. It'd be interesting to find out how many of the worlds deserts were mad made over the centuries from overuse and mismanagement. Its still a huge, growing problem-Australia does have its own native grazers, the kangaroos, but they don't seem to have stopped the desertification of Australia. Perhaps they were hampered by the Aboriginal method of burning off things they considered unnecessary, which is why Australia is mostly eucalyptus forest now, where there is forest.
The kangaroos are sometimes a nuisance in that they like the well-watered green pastures intended for sheep.
I guess if kangaroos are cooped up into very large herds maybe they'll cause the same effect.
It's remarkable how well the speaker's projects have worked though. A green Gobi Desert would be fabulous as well as a really green Australia, though I don't know how grass and livestock will cope with 50ºC temperatures.