Sunday, August 07, 2016


I am traveling. I will be traveling tomorrow.

I pointed out this week how the USA is a global heat sink.

Canada has far more forests and farmlands to roads and cities. Mexico is still receiving hurricanes on a regular basis, has tropical forests and has far fewer big cities.

If one were to analyze the amount of concrete, macadam and brick per capita, the USA has to rank at the top of all countries with heat sinks far greater than forest and agricultural areas. We know the land used for agriculture shrinks every year.

Then add to the USA heat sink, carbon dioxide emissions from California to the east coast and there remains much modification needed in the USA when it comes to valuing and preserving green spaces.

Until later. 

Thank you for your interest.