Remote Locations

Spent four days in a remote location. I was trying to practice night photography during one of those free times at night.  Power plants have to be in remote locations which is the norm but no one can stop population growth and urbanization that one day, remote locations are no longer remote anymore. We may have to move these power generating facilities offshore.  If we come to think of it, maybe the aggregate impact of population growth and uncontrolled urbanization without adequate land use planning may emit more greenhouse gas than a thermal power plant, just may be, but without the proper inventory we really could not tell.

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2 Comments

October 6, 2013 · 12:29 pm

2 responses to “Remote Locations

  1. abu debi

    do you believe the claim that animal farming has greater emission than direct human activities?that why vegetarianism is the future for a bloated population..

  2. not sure mister debi, we need to analyze more detailed data than assume something

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