400ppm – Before the Flood.

by Sep 28, 20160 comments

I’m looking forward to the release of what looks to be a powerful movie (National Geographic + Leonardo DiCaprio). The trailer itself is well worth watching as we just passed 400ppm on Planet Earth (goal is to stay below 350ppm). Good news: the future is in our hands and it is do-able. 

Soil & Solar, baby. Focus.

Before the Flood – Trailer | National Geographic:

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