I guess that by his calculations he could buy out Gasprom in ten years! That's with only about 15% of the area being managed, and allowed to regenerate on a rotational basis.
The problem for him is getting it past Greenpeace Russia... That's why he looks so unhappy about discovering he has more ethanol and methane than he knows what to do with, and would have an ecological selling point to his neighbour countries if he exports it.
Much cheaper and less invasive than fracking.
I do like a great joke. I have been genuinely amused all day since looking at the forex rates on the pound, finding Igor's photos, and just checking I remembered my geography.
There seems to be a lot of lightning in America and now Russia, I am wondering if there is some weather bombing going on. I will be getting St Elmos Fire round my hands soon at this rate!
I was was looking at wastewater management today, as I wondered if Electrocoagulation was catching on. This would save a lot of stuff getting into our waterways in the first place.
I do think realistically we have the technology to invest better in our infrastructure. It also creates skilled work and a real benefit to the planet.
15% intensively farmed. Leave the rest to nature.