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[豆知识] 【整理】2012-03-04&03-10 五分钟了解化石燃料300年简史 (2/2)


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300 Years of Fossil Fuels in 300 Seconds


Fossil fuels have powered human growth and ingenuity for centuries. Now that we're reaching the end of cheap and abundant oil and coal supplies, we're in for an exciting ride. While there's a real risk that we'll fall off a cliff, there's still time to control our transition to a post-carbon future. In this episode of BOK, you'll find a deeper analysis of the crises we face, and possible solutions we can work on right now. Here is Part II.










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OK, present time. It's amazing how far we've come in 200 years, just three human lifetimes from the beginning of industrialism until now. But where are we headed? We can't keep doubling human population. We can't keep dumping carbon in the atmosphere. We can't keep ruining topsoil. We can't keep growing population and consumption or basing our economy on depleting fossil fuels. We can't just print more money to solve the debt crisis. It's been an exhilarating ride but there are limits. Now it's not the end of the world, but we have to do four things fast: learn to live without fossil fuels, adapt to the end of economic growth as we've known it, support 7 billion humans and stabilize population at a sustainable level, and deal with our legacy of environmental destruction. In short, we have to live within nature's budget of renewable resources at rates of natural replenishment. Can we do it? We have no choice.



Alternative energy sources are important but none can fully replace fossil fuels in the time we have. Also we've designed and built our infrastructure for transport, electricity and farming to suit oil, coal and gas. Changing to different energy sources will require us to redesign cities, manufacturing processes, healthcare and more. We also have to rethink some of our cultural values. None of our global problems can be tackled in isolation and many cannot be fully solved. We have to prepare for business as unusual. Our best goal is resilience, the ability to absorb shocks and keep going. If we do nothing, we still get to a post-carbon future, but it will be bleak. However, if we plan the transition, we can have a world that supports robust communities of healthy creative people and ecosystems with millions of other species. One way or the other, we are in for the ride of a lifetime. Understand the issues and pitch in. It's all hands on deck!

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OK,present time,it's amazing how far we've come in 200 years just three human lifetimes
from the beginning of industrialization till now.But where are we heading? We can't keep doubling human population, we can't keep dumping carbon into atmosphere. we can't stop ruining top soil.we can't keep growing population and consumption or basing our economy on depleting fossile fuels.We can't just print more money to solve the debt crisis.It's been a exhilarating right,but there are limits.Now it's not the end of the world,but we have to do four things fast: learn to live without fossile fuels,the dep to the end of economic growth as we've known it ,support 7 billion humans and stablize population at a sustainable level and deal with our legacy and environmental destruction,ensure we have to live within nature's budget of renewable resoureses at rates of natural punishment.Can we do it? We have no choice.Alternative energy resources are important but none can fully replace fossile fuels in the time we have. Also we've designed and built our infrastructure for transport electricity and farming to seal oil coal and gas.Changing to different energy sources will require us to redesign city's manufacturing processes,healthcare and more. We also have to rethink some of our cultural values. None of our global problems can be tackled in isolation and many can not be fully solved.We have to prepare for business as unusual.Our best goal is resilience, the ability to absorb shocks and keep going. If we do nothing,we still get to a post-carbon future,but it will be bleak. However.if we plan the transition, we can have a world that supports robust communities of healthy creative people and ecosystems with millions of other species.One way or the other, we are in for the righ of a lifetime.Understand the issues in picha: it's all hands on deck.
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本帖最后由 daisy0729 于 2012-3-6 17:36 编辑

OK. Present time. It’s amazing how far we've come in 200 years, just three human lifetimes, from the beginning of industrialism till now. But where are we headed? We can't keep doubling human population. We can't keep dumping carbon in the atmosphere. We can't keep ruining topsoil. We can't keep growing population and consumption, or basing our economy on depleting fossil fuels. We can't just print more money to solve the debt crisis. It’s been a exhilarating ride, but there are limits. Now it's not the end of the world, but we have to do four things fast: learn to live without fossil fuels, the death to the end of economic growth as we've known it, support 7 billion humans and stabilize population at a sustainable level and deal with our legacy of environmental destruction, ensure we have to live within nature's budget of renewable recourses at rates of natural replenishment. Can we do it? We had no choice. Alternative energy resources are important but none can fully replace fissile fuels in the time we have. Also we've designed and built our infrastructure for transport electricity and farming to suit oil coal and gas. Changing to different energy sources will require us to redesign city's manufacturing processes, healthcare and more. We also have to rethink some of our cultural values. None of our global problems can be tackled in isolation and many can not be fully solved. We have to prepare for business as unusual. Our best goal is resilience, the ability to absorb shocks and keep going. If we do nothing, we still get to a post-carbon future, but it will be bleak. However if we plan the transition, we can have a world that supports robust communities of healthy creative people and ecosystems with millions of other species. One way or the other, we are in for the right of a lifetime. Understand the issues and pitch in: it's all hands on deck!
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本帖最后由 wolfhen 于 2012-3-6 18:13 编辑

OK,present time, it's amazing how far we've come in 200 years just three human lifetimes
from the beginning of industrialization till now.But where are we headed? We can't keep doubling human population, we can't keep dumping carbon into atmosphere. we can't keep ruining topsoil.we can't keep growing population and consumption or basing our economy on depleting fossile fuels.We can't just print more money to solve the debt crisis.It's been a exhilarating right,but there are limits.Now it's not the end of the world,but we have to do four things fast: learn to live without fossile fuels,the debt to the end of economic growth as we've known it ,support 7 billion humans and stablize population at a sustainable level and deal with our legacy and environmental destruction,ensure we have to live within nature's budget of renewable resoureses at rates of natural replenishment.Can we do it? We have no choice.Alternative energy resources are important but none can fully replace fossile fuels in the time we have. Also we've designed and built our infrastructure for transport electricity and farming to seal oil coal and gas.Changing to different energy sources will require us to redesign city's manufacturing processes,healthcare and more. We also have to rethink some of our cultural values. None of our global problems can be tackled in isolation and many can not be fully solved.We have to prepare for business as unusual.Our best goal is resilience, the ability to absorb shocks and keep going. If we do nothing,we still get to a post-carbon future,but it will be bleak. However.if we plan the transition, we can have a world that supports robust communities of healthy creative people and ecosystems with millions of other species.One way or the other, we are in for the righ of a lifetime.Understand the issues and pitch in: it's all hands on deck.
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OK, present time, it's amazing how far we've come in 200 years just three human lifetimes from the beginning of industrialism till now. But where are we heading? We can't keep doubling human population. We can't keep dumping carbon in the atmosphere. We can't stop ruining top soil. We can't keep growing population and consumption or basing our economy on depleting fossil/ fuels. We can't just print more money to solve the debt crisis. It's been an exonerating right, but there are limits. Now it's not the end of the world, but we have to do four things fast: learn to live without fossil fuels, adapt to the end of economic growth as we've known it, support 7 billion humans and stabilize population at a sustainable level and deal with our legacy of environmental destruction, ensure we have to live within nature's budget of renewable resources at rates of natural replenishment. Can we do it? We have no choice. Alternative energy /sources are important but none can fully replace fossil fuels in the time we have. Also we've designed and built our infrastructure for transport, electricity and farming to suit oil, coal and gas. Changing to different energy sources will require us to redesign city's manufacturing processes, healthcare and more. We also have to rethink some of our cultural values. None of our global problems can be tackled in isolation and many can not be fully solved. We have to prepare for business as unusual. Our best goal is resilience, the ability to absorb shocks and keep going. If we do nothing, we still get to a post-carbon future, but it will be bleak. However, if we plan the transition, we can have a world that supports robust communities of healthy, creative people and ecosystems with millions of other species. One way or the other, we are in for the right of a lifetime. Understand the issues and pitch in: it's all hands on deck.
OK,present time,it's amazing how far we've come in 200 years just three human lifetimes
from the beginning of industrialization till now.But where are we heading? We can't keep doubling human population, we can't keep dumping carbon into atmosphere. we can't stop ruining top soil.we can't keep growing population and consumption or basing our economy on depleting fossile fuels.We can't just print more money to solve the debt crisis.It's been a exhilarating right,but there are limits.Now it's not the end of the world,but we have to do four things fast: learn to live without fossile fuels,the dep to the end of economic growth as we've known it ,support 7 billion humans and stablize population at a sustainable level and deal with our legacy and environmental destruction,ensure we have to live within nature's budget of renewable resoureses at rates of natural punishment.Can we do it? We have no choice.Alternative energy resources are important but none can fully replace fossile fuels in the time we have. Also we've designed and built our infrastructure for transport electricity and farming to seal oil coal and gas.Changing to different energy sources will require us to redesign city's manufacturing processes,healthcare and more. We also have to rethink some of our cultural values. None of our global problems can be tackled in isolation and many can not be fully solved.We have to prepare for business as unusual.Our best goal is resilience, the ability to absorb shocks and keep going. If we do nothing,we still get to a post-carbon future,but it will be bleak. However.if we plan the transition, we can have a world that supports robust communities of healthy creative people and ecosystems with millions of other species.One way or the other, we are in for the righ of a lifetime.Understand the issues in picha: it's all hands on deck.
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OK,present time, it's amazing how far we've came in 200 years just three human lifetimes
from the beginning of industrialization till now.But where are we headed? We can't keep doubling human population.We can't keep dumping carbon into atmosphere. We can't keep ruining topsoil.We can't keep growing population and consumption or basing our economy on depleting fossile fuels.We can't just put more money to solve the debt crisis.It's been a exhilarating right,but there are limits.

Now it's not the end of the world,but we have to do four things fast: learn to live without fossile fuels,the debt to the end of economic growth as we've known it ,support 7 billion humans and stablize population at a sustainable level and deal with our legacy of environmental destruction,ensure we have to live within nature's budget of renewable resoureses at rates of natural replenishment.Can we do it? We have no choice.

Alternative energy resources are important but none can fully replace fossile fuels in the time we have. Also we've designed and built our infrastructure for transport electricity and farming to seal oil coal and gas.Changing to different energy sources will require us to redesign city's manufacturing processes,healthcare and more. We also have to rethink some of our cultural values. None of our global problems can be tackled in isolation and many can not be fully solved.We have to prepare for business as unusual.Our best goal is resilience, the ability to absorb shocks and keep going.

If we do nothing,we still get to a post-carbon future,but it will be bleak. However,if we plan the transition, we can have a world that supports robust communities of healthy creative people and ecosystems with millions of other species.One way or the other, we are in for the righ of a lifetime.Understand the issues and pitch in,it's all hands on deck.
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OK,present time, it's amazing how far we've come in 200 years just three human lifetimes
from the beginning of industrialization till now.But where are we headed? We can't keep doubling human population, we can't keep dumping carbon into atmosphere. we can't keep ruining topsoil.we can't keep growing population and consumption or basing our economy on depleting fossile fuels.We can't just print more money to solve the debt crisis.It's been a exhilarating right,but there are limits.Now it's not the end of the world,but we have to do four things fast: learn to live without fossile fuels,the debt to the end of economic growth as we've known it ,support 7 billion humans and stablize population at a sustainable level and deal with our legacy and environmental destruction,ensure we have to live within nature's budget of renewable resoureses at rates of natural replenishment.Can we do it? We have no choice.Alternative energy resources are important but none can fully replace fossile fuels in the time we have. Also we've designed and built our infrastructure for transport electricity and farming to seal oil coal and gas.Changing to different energy sources will require us to redesign city's manufacturing processes,healthcare and more. We also have to rethink some of our cultural values. None of our global problems can be tackled in isolation and many can not be fully solved.We have to prepare for business as unusual.Our best goal is resilience, the ability to absorb shocks and keep going. If we do nothing,we still get to a post-carbon future,but it will be bleak. However.if we plan the transition, we can have a world that supports robust communities of healthy creative people and ecosystems with millions of other species.One way or the other, we are in for the righ of a lifetime.Understand the issues and pitch in: it's all hands on deck.
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OK,present time, it's amazing how far we've come in 200 years just three human lifetimes
from the beginning of industrialization till now.But where are we headed? We can't keep doubling human population, we can't keep dumping carbon into atmosphere. we can't keep ruining topsoil.we can't keep growing population and consumption or basing our economy on depleting fossile fuels.We can't just print more money to solve the debt crisis.It's been a exhilarating right,but there are limits.Now it's not the end of the world,but we have to do four things fast: learn to live without fossile fuels,the debt to the end of economic growth as we've known it ,support 7 billion humans and stablize population at a sustainable level and deal with our legacy and environmental destruction,ensure we have to live within nature's budget of renewable resoureses at rates of natural replenishment.Can we do it? We have no choice.Alternative energy resources are important but none can fully replace fossile fuels in the time we have. Also we've designed and built our infrastructure for transport electricity and farming to seal oil coal and gas.Changing to different energy sources will require us to redesign city's manufacturing processes,healthcare and more. We also have to rethink some of our cultural values. None of our global problems can be tackled in isolation and many can not be fully solved.We have to prepare for business as unusual.Our best goal is resilience, the ability to absorb shocks and keep going. If we do nothing,we still get to a post-carbon future,but it will be bleak. However.if we plan the transition, we can have a world that supports robust communities of healthy creative people and ecosystems with millions of other species.One way or the other, we are in for the righ of a lifetime.Understand the issues and pitch in: it's all hands on deck.

RE: 2012-03-04&03-10 五分钟了解化石燃料300年简史 (2/2)

Ok, present time, it is amazing how far we have come into 200 years, just three human lifetimes from the beginning industrialism until now. But where are we had it. We can’t keep the doubling human population; we can’t keep dumping carbon mia atmosphere; we can’t keep ruining the topsoil; we can’t keep growing population in consumption or basing on our economy and depleting fossil fuels; we can’t just print more money to solve the debt crisis. It is being an exhilarating right, but there are limits.
Now, it is not end of the world. But we had to do four things fast.
Learn to live without fossil fuels, the gap end of the economic grows as we known it. Support 7 billion humans stabilise populations and sustainable level in deal with our legacy in the environmental destruction. In sure we live with in nature’s budget and renewable resources at the rates of natural replenishment.
Can we do it? We have no choise. Alternative energy sources are important, but none can fully replace fossil fuels in the time we have, also we design and build our infrastructure to transport the electricity to farming, to suit oil, coal, and gas. Changing to different energy sources will require to redesign cities, manufactory imprecises , health care more, also we have rethink save our culture values.
None of our global problems can be tackled in isolation, and many can not be fully solved. We have to prepare for business as unusual. Our best goal is resilience, the ability to absorb shocks and keep going. If we do noting, we still get a post carbon future, but it will be bleak. However, if we plan the transition, we can have a world that supports the robust community healthy creative people, and ecosystem with millions of other species.
One way or the other, we are in for the right of lifetime, understand the issues and pitch in. It’s all hands on deck!
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OK, present time. It's amazing how far we've come in 200 years, just three human lifetimes from the beginning of industrialism until now. But where are we headed? We can't keep doubling human population. We can't keep dumping carbon in the atmosphere. We can't keep ruining topsoil. We can't keep growing population and consumption or basing our economy on depleting fossil fuels. We can't just print more money to solve the debt crisis. It's been an exhilarating ride but there are limits. Now it's not the end of the world, but we have to do four things fast: learn to live without fossil fuels, adapt to the end of economic growth as we've known it, support 7 billion humans and stabilize population at a sustainable level, and deal with our legacy of environmental destruction. In short, we have to live within nature's budget of renewable resources at rates of natural replenishment. Can we do it? We have no choice.

 

Alternative energy sources are important but none can fully replace fossil fuels in the time we have. Also we've designed and built our infrastructure for transport, electricity and farming to suit oil, coal and gas. Changing to different energy sources will require us to redesign cities, manufacturing processes, healthcare and more. We also have to rethink some of our cultural values. None of our global problems can be tackled in isolation and many cannot be fully solved. We have to prepare for business as unusual. Our best goal is resilience, the ability to absorb shocks and keep going. If we do nothing, we still get to a post-carbon future, but it will be bleak. However, if we plan the transition, we can have a world that supports robust communities of healthy creative people and ecosystems with millions of other species. One way or the other, we are in for the ride of a lifetime. Understand the issues and pitch in. It's all hands on deck!



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