[Coral-List] Could the wonder of the natural world actually help us transition away from carbon?

Dennis Hubbard dennis.hubbard at oberlin.edu
Wed Jan 27 10:16:36 EST 2016

Thank you, Peter, for an enjoyable respite from recent posts. It is nice to
know that there are still dreamers amongst technicians.

On Tue, Jan 26, 2016 at 1:45 PM, Peter Sale <sale at uwindsor.ca> wrote:

> Listers,
> I've just posted some thoughts regarding our need to transition away from
> carbon and how I think that will require a renewed appreciation for, and
> care of nature.  Some examples from coral reefs are in the middle of it and
> may be of interest, even if the main thesis is seen by some of you as a
> sign that I am losing my ability to think rationally.  It's at
> http://www.petersalebooks.com/?p=2127
> We have a huge task ahead of us if we are to secure a sustainable future.
> Peter Sale
> Distinguished University Professor (Emeritus)
> University of Windsor
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Dennis Hubbard
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