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No, they don't. The Lake Hula project is a long-term disaster, and a lot of other `reclaimation' involves bulldozing Arab olive groves to establish non-long-term-viable projects. Taking over the water resources of the area is not a long term viable option. It irritates the neighbours.
(The Lake Hula project is almost a clbuttic case of a thing seeming good for a start, then turning out bad)
Yup. A lot of the water resources of the Southern Great Plains are being pumped into the Cities, rather than producing food, etc. These resources are a diminishing buttet, but, hey, thats where the cash is. After all, when the Amazon jungle is all `reclaimed', it will feed the world. For a while. As the Australian song goes, "Don't worry, Australia is god for at least another ten years".
it will take a hell of a rise to knock the economics of plastic production. Likewise artificial fibres. However power production would be partly price sensitive..
Check the price of uranium.
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I don't call conversion reclamation. I was thinking about land that grew nothing and was transformed to...
One of the benefits of being sure of anything, most of us are all to aware of the contradictions of our lives.