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  • evelyn sardina
    This is why I say it would be great if we could use it. At the rate the ice is melting it seems to be inevitable. Capturing the methane from what we produce
    Message 1 of 9 , May 3, 2007
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      This is why I say it would be great if we could use it.  At the rate the ice is melting it seems to be inevitable.  Capturing the methane from what we produce in the waste that we produce seems to be a logical answer. In other coutries where there are more advanced in renewable there seems to be very little mention of this as an alternative.  Wind is always at the top followed by all others at a different rate depending on the area. By the way it seems that our politicians are always going to be just that, so might as well do something ourselves. Anything!  I am taking permaculture classes with my daugther.  I was very surprised to hear her say at the end of the first class.  "I could have heard that lady speak a lot longer".  She is 13 years old.  Can you belive that?  This is what I am doing for her before it's time to go to
      college maybe she will choose a line of work accordinly.  Who knows.  Later, Evelyn

      Nan Hildreth <nanhildreth@...> wrote:
      Since methane (natural gas) is a powerful greenhouse gas, 21 times more than carbon dioxide, its release by the melting arctic tundra is bad news. 

      At 04:35 PM 5/3/2007, evelyn sardina wrote:

      I was listening to this earlier today.  I think this is such a great idea but you hardly hear of it as a renewable. I also understand that this gas will be released in great volume when he ice melts creating even more green gas.  I wonder if anyone would know how to use this to our advantage.  I get the feeling it will be quite difficult. 

      Susan Modikoane <suemodikoane@ yahoo.com>
      wrote:
      http://www.methanet omarkets. org/about/ index.htm

       
      The BBC had a piece this morning about a delapidated Methane Energy Plant in Rwanda that Eco is negotiating to purchase and operate.  I couldn't find the information on the Internet but I did find the above site.

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    • evelyn sardina
      I think what they mean is that capturing the gas before it creates a problem is what they want to do. The methane is already there. Like in the landfills.
      Message 2 of 9 , May 3, 2007
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        I think what they mean is that capturing the gas before it creates a problem is what they want to do.  The methane is already there.  Like in the landfills.  The idea is to put it to use so that it is a resource rather that  a hendrence. The problem with it is that it smells horrible so people are reluctant to work with it.

        Susan Modikoane <suemodikoane@...> wrote:
        The piece on the BBC said that this process renders it harmless.

        Nan Hildreth <nanhildreth@ riseup.net> wrote:
        Since methane (natural gas) is a powerful greenhouse gas, 21 times more than carbon dioxide, its release by the melting arctic tundra is bad news. 

        At 04:35 PM 5/3/2007, evelyn sardina wrote:

        I was listening to this earlier today.  I think this is such a great idea but you hardly hear of it as a renewable. I also understand that this gas will be released in great volume when he ice melts creating even more green gas.  I wonder if anyone would know how to use this to our advantage.  I get the feeling it will be quite difficult. 

        Susan Modikoane <suemodikoane@ yahoo.com>
        wrote:
        http://www.methanet omarkets. org/about/ index.htm

         
        The BBC had a piece this morning about a delapidated Methane Energy Plant in Rwanda that Eco is negotiating to purchase and operate.  I couldn't find the information on the Internet but I did find the above site.

        Ahhh...imagining that irresistible "new car" smell?
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        Nan Hildreth, Houston 713-842-6643

        "On playing fields and battlegrounds, challenges that would be daunting and impossible if faced alone are suddenly possible when tackled in a close-knit group.  The people haven't changed, but the way in which the task appears to them has."  Malcolm Gladwell, The Tipping Point


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      • Nan Hildreth
        It seems that 251 million years ago and again 55 million years ago, that methane was released by melting resulting in mass extinctions. That means half or more
        Message 3 of 9 , May 3, 2007
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          It seems that 251 million years ago and again 55 million years ago, that methane was released by melting resulting in mass extinctions. That means half or more of life on earth died.  Is that our legacy for the children!  http://www.energybulletin.net/3647.html


          At 06:10 PM 5/3/2007, evelyn sardina wrote:

          This is why I say it would be great if we could use it.  At the rate the ice is melting it seems to be inevitable.  Capturing the methane from what we produce in the waste that we produce seems to be a logical answer. In other coutries where there are more advanced in renewable there seems to be very little mention of this as an alternative.  Wind is always at the top followed by all others at a different rate depending on the area. By the way it seems that our politicians are always going to be just that, so might as well do something ourselves. Anything!  I am taking permaculture classes with my daugther.  I was very surprised to hear her say at the end of the first class.  "I could have heard that lady speak a lot longer".  She is 13 years old.  Can you belive that?  This is what I am doing for her before it's time to go to
          college maybe she will choose a line of work accordinly.  Who knows.  Later, Evelyn

          Nan Hildreth <nanhildreth@...> wrote:
          Since methane (natural gas) is a powerful greenhouse gas, 21 times more than carbon dioxide, its release by the melting arctic tundra is bad news. 

          At 04:35 PM 5/3/2007, evelyn sardina wrote:

          I was listening to this earlier today.  I think this is such a great idea but you hardly hear of it as a renewable. I also understand that this gas will be released in great volume when he ice melts creating even more green gas.  I wonder if anyone would know how to use this to our advantage.  I get the feeling it will be quite difficult. 

          Susan Modikoane <suemodikoane@...>
          wrote:
          http://www.methanetomarkets.org/about/index.htm
           
          The BBC had a piece this morning about a delapidated Methane Energy Plant in Rwanda that Eco is negotiating to purchase and operate.  I couldn't find the information on the Internet but I did find the above site.
          Ahhh...imagining that irresistible "new car" smell?
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          Nan Hildreth, Houston 713-842-6643

          "On playing fields and battlegrounds, challenges that would be daunting and impossible if faced alone are suddenly possible when tackled in a close-knit group.  The people haven't changed, but the way in which the task appears to them has."  Malcolm Gladwell, The Tipping Point



          Ahhh...imagining that irresistible "new car" smell?
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          Nan Hildreth, Houston 713-842-6643

          "On playing fields and battlegrounds, challenges that would be daunting and impossible if faced alone are suddenly possible when tackled in a close-knit group.  The people haven't changed, but the way in which the task appears to them has."  Malcolm Gladwell, The Tipping Point

        • Ed Sarlls
          http://www.greenhouse.gov.au/challenge/publications/methanequickref.html Ed ... From: evelyn sardina To: hreg@yahoogroups.com Sent: Thursday, May 03, 2007 6:21
          Message 4 of 9 , May 3, 2007
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            Ed
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            Subject: Re: [hreg] Rwanda Methane Plant

            I think what they mean is that capturing the gas before it creates a problem is what they want to do.  The methane is already there.  Like in the landfills.  The idea is to put it to use so that it is a resource rather that  a hendrence. The problem with it is that it smells horrible so people are reluctant to work with it.

            Susan Modikoane <suemodikoane@ yahoo.com> wrote:

            The piece on the BBC said that this process renders it harmless.

            Nan Hildreth <nanhildreth@ riseup.net> wrote:
            Since methane (natural gas) is a powerful greenhouse gas, 21 times more than carbon dioxide, its release by the melting arctic tundra is bad news. 

            At 04:35 PM 5/3/2007, evelyn sardina wrote:

            I was listening to this earlier today.  I think this is such a great idea but you hardly hear of it as a renewable. I also understand that this gas will be released in great volume when he ice melts creating even more green gas.  I wonder if anyone would know how to use this to our advantage.  I get the feeling it will be quite difficult. 

            Susan Modikoane <suemodikoane@ yahoo.com>
            wrote:
            http://www.methanet omarkets. org/about/ index.ht fields and battlegrounds, challenges that would be daunting and impossible if faced alone are suddenly possible when tackled in a close-knit group.  The people haven't changed, but the way in which the task appears to them has."  Malcolm Gladwell, The Tipping Point


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          • Robert Johnston
            Methane is odorless. _____ From: hreg@yahoogroups.com [mailto:hreg@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of evelyn sardina Sent: Thursday, May 03, 2007 6:22 PM To:
            Message 5 of 9 , May 6, 2007
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              Methane is odorless.

               


              From: hreg@yahoogroups.com [mailto: hreg@yahoogroups.com ] On Behalf Of evelyn sardina
              Sent: Thursday, May 03, 2007 6:22 PM
              To: hreg@yahoogroups.com
              Subject: Re: [hreg] Rwanda Methane Plant

               

              I think what they mean is that capturing the gas before it creates a problem is what they want to do.  The methane is already there.  Like in the landfills.  The idea is to put it to use so that it is a resource rather that  a hendrence. The problem with it is that it smells horrible so people are reluctant to work with it.

              Susan Modikoane <suemodikoane@ yahoo.com> wrote:

              The piece on the BBC said that this process renders it harmless.

              Nan Hildreth <nanhildreth@ riseup.net> wrote:

              Since methane (natural gas) is a powerful greenhouse gas, 21 times more than carbon dioxide, its release by the melting arctic tundra is bad news. 

              At 04:35 PM 5/3/2007, evelyn sardina wrote:


              I was listening to this earlier today.  I think this is such a great idea but you hardly hear of it as a renewable. I also understand that this gas will be released in great volume when he ice melts creating even more green gas.  I wonder if anyone would know how to use this to our advantage.  I get the feeling it will be quite difficult. 

              Susan Modikoane <suemodikoane@ yahoo.com>

              wrote:

              http://www.methanet omarkets. org/about/ index.htm


               

              The BBC had a piece this morning about a delapidated Methane Energy Plant in Rwanda that Eco is negotiating to purchase and operate.  I couldn't find the information on the Internet but I did find the above site.

              Ahhh...imagining that irresistible "new car" smell?

              Check out new cars at Yahoo! Autos.



              Ahhh...imagining that irresistible "new car" smell?
              Check out new cars at Yahoo! Autos.

              Nan Hildreth, Houston 713-842-6643

              "On playing fields and battlegrounds, challenges that would be daunting and impossible if faced alone are suddenly possible when tackled in a close-knit group.  The people haven't changed, but the way in which the task appears to them has."  Malcolm Gladwell, The Tipping Point

               


              Ahhh...imagining that irresistible "new car" smell?
              Check out new cars at Yahoo! Autos.

               

               


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