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Click is in Arizona finding out how ‘artificial trees’ are being developed to suck carbon out of the air. Plus, drones that follow ships to ‘sniff’ emissions.

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Joshua milton onyango 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

this is what bulls heet looks like

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Safe Harbor Boys Home 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

That did not gain traction because politicians don’t want to stop global warming they needed to push their agendas and to get us to give up our freedom scientist knows a couple of volcanoes going off in the problem fixes it self man is foolish to think that he can destroy something God has me read the Bible

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Guy Netzer 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

by getting rid of humans

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shadow eagle 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

That's not going to help the ice age is going to happen no matter what you do it's happened before in the dinosaur era and Minnie times before you're just trying to make more money haha😁😁😁😂😂😂😜

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Seeker 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

It's not scalable and the cost is. Very prohibitive. Trillions, preserving our wild forests jungle and planting trees must be a major part of the solution . But we've got to stop polluting.

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Jerry Gundecker 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

Covering the Mideast in rock containing CO2 doesn't sound like a bad idea.

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Pete Logan 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

Trees…plant billions of REAL trees instead.

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Darryl Washington 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

This is a good idea but stupid as the same time because why catch C.O.2. In the machine Then make things to put iback inside are body to kill us slowly an make us sick” 🤮an only thing you need to do is melted the C.O.2.in the dirt ground at the Desert 👀 then it won’t be inside are immune system👍

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Dan Campbell 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

Yawn, more doomsday cult propaganda, when the Elite start selling their Seafront Mansions, instead of buying them like the Obamas 15 Million Dollar Mansion then you should listen.

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Daniel Mount 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

With all of the forest fires and cutting down all of our rain forests, you will be killing all of the human life in the future. The Broude leaf Trees are the main trees that clean's the air and creates Oxigen.

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Jeremy Travis 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

The real issue is that humans require energy and that produces heat. Humans demand for heat is the real issue. 
I don't understand why they don't use the same principals they use to produce carbon particles for Co2. 
Is it not a case of making bucky balls from carbon dioxide.

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This is awesome 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

More bullshit climate crap. Yet another money making piece of shit! FFS just plant millions of real trees! Then you will have no CO2 waste to deal with. Replacing the millions of trees we have cleared worldwide will do more for "global warming" than any other thing being talked about!

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Sage Channel 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

It's so upsetting to see the guy at 15:00….
Let me rephrase that, it's so upsetting that we don't have a solution for people like the bloke at 15:00. Lab grown limbs, or synthetic ones, or… Something I can't even think of, a solution for him, and those like him, should exist in 2019!

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Mariano Bascuñana 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

This channel need subtitles… please. thanks.

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sabbracadabra 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

I was taught about global warming and CO2 emissions when I was at school in the 1980s… We have known the science for a long time, the problem is that nothing gets done because the world is run by corporations and self serving politicians. And the BBC are part of that.

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Candis Brendel 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

EASIER T JUST GROW TREES!! CO2 IS WHAT MAKES PLANTS GREEN AND TREES GROW HOW STUPID ARE YOU PEOPLE!!??

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Timothy Rarick 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

Great show as always, very interesting reporting. However, in the talk of climate change and what we need to do, I never see much reporting on what is going on in South America, India, Russia, and China. Would it be possible to focus on the non-European or North American efforts to tackle this crisis? We're all in this boat together.

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RickOShay 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

There is now irrefutable proof that wireless technology specifically cell phone technology is directly impacting global insect populations.

All insects and most birds rely on the earth's magnetic field for navigation.

The 75% collapse in global insect biomass over the past two decades is the single biggest existential threat to mankind since the nuclear age.

Apart from wireless devices (cell phone towers and cell phones and other wireless Internet broadcast devices) interfering with insect navigation there is now significant proof that insect population decline is related to the build up of electromagnetic radiation in most airborne species.

The increase in the frequency spectrum usage and exponential growth of the wireless industry and device usage correlates directly to sudden and dramatic worldwide population decline.

The impact of insecticides has been factored into these studies and insecticides have been found to have had a relatively linear effect on population decline. Insecticides are therefore not the root cause of population collapse.

Insects play a critical role in the life process of the planet.

Time to rethink the ever increasing use of wireless technology.

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Phil S 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

goofs

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Luciano Salt 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

Or plant a tree!

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gavisbeech 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

I think this CO2 machine is a con it uses electricity this 78 percent of the world still use fossil fuel to produce

it produces a waste product undrinkable carbonated water

and the report didn't state how much CO2 it takes to make it ( all in all a poor report)
whereas tree's no need for electricity

the waste product is wood you know the stuff you make boats, houses, furniture out of

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Jimmy Porter 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

It makes far more sense to plant real trees than "artificial trees". The scientist who prefers his technology says trees need more space. But that's fine. We've got lots of space. Take a look at Russia, the biggest country in the world, and yet the vast majority of it is completely uninhabited and mostly grassland. It could be forested. At the same time, we should be bringing trees back into urban environments, mixed in and amongst the buildings.

The alternative of filling these spaces with "artificial trees" is both far more expensive, and far less desirable.

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Robi Flego 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

they are artifical TREES, why do we need those? cant we plant more trees and renev the forests, it also reduces the head soaking of earth and sea… because trees use the suns energy insted of pointing it in another direction… and you can cut trees down and use them, what do you do with these? are they usable infinatly? i dont get why we need artificial trees cant we just plant trees and have forests ??? or is there not enough money in that?

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hglenn55 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

Do a story on ships dumping their black water tanks before they arrive in port to lower cost. When they arrive in port they have to pay to have those tanks pumped. But they're not stupid. If they totally dump they know they will be fined so they dump a majority of it which means a lower rate they have to pay to the deposal company. Shipping is vital to the world but the way they go about it is worse than most other pollution aspects. Where do y'all think those floating plastis islands come from? Not most of us. When's the last time you threw something away in the ocean? I bet almost never.

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fuckfannyfiddlefart 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

Click is responsible for creating more consumer junk than most media, so it's only appellate that they do some greenwashing nonsense!

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H G E 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

fucking hell its obvious just re-green the Sahara it's feasible and it has been proven that there is enough space to capture all the carbon needed

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Abhishek Singh 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

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Director Lunchie 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

yes it can, and Britain is falling behind

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Sanaullah Hossain 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

I got a really good idea.. but idk how to…. get it out to a company for mass production..

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Headcrab 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

Very interesting report about EMSA. We need to focus on drone technology in Europe for reasons like this. Why buy American when we can do better ourselves?

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Prashanth B 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

14:44
@paulcartertv
And congratulations BBC click on your 1000th episode.

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Etienne None 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

Yes cos nature produces most of the CO2

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3Dcamera 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

Only 1% of the atmosphere is CO2 and of that 1% 97% is from nature ,,that is .03% is man made ,,,,,, but the BBC's agenda is to trumpet the global warming story is it about time the BBC were made accountable for miss truths

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Zeph 12/09/2021 - 11:11 Chiều

Thank you. We still need to plant as many trees as possible – select native or endemic, indigenous plant species. We also need to remove all exotic invader plant species.

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