Water, carbon and climate change – One Big Gotcha?

Water and carbon have some obvious contrasts. Water is a more tangible product that we can see, touch and taste; our problem is a lack of it.   Carbon is a less tangible product that we cannot see, touch or taste, and our problem is that we have too much of it.

It seems counter intuitive that water is the newer issue.

But to some extent these are esoteric differences, nothing more than interesting observations. More importantly to me as a CR practitioner is that carbon is a global issue and water is a local one.

A pound of carbon has basically …

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