The Pulse - episode 12
The Pulse • 14m
This week – the Winter Olympic Games in Beijing, are they really ‘carbon neutral’ as the organisers claim? The Australian company that can plant a forest in a day, dumping crop waste in the ocean as a means of sequestering carbon and after a 25 year drought salmon return to some of northern California's rivers and streams.
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