Dutch inventor of the waterboxx, Pieter Hoff is author of the book ‘The Treesolution’. In this book a solution is offered to the present too high CO₂ emission. The interesting part of the book is that Hoff doesn’t discuss whether climate change exists. He explains that that discussion distracts the attention from the real problem: the undisputable fact that CO₂ concentration in the air rises measurable. Pieter Hoff says that we can replant a hectare for approximately 2,500 USD. We need two billion hectares of trees to disconnect all present and past CO₂ what is produced through fossil fuels. The total investment to clean the air from the CO₂ pollution is therefore five trillion USD. This investment is smaller than the costs of saving the bank system since 2008. Both USA and Europe spent over six trillion USD to save their banks.
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