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  1. Of course. Overpopulation and climate change are...

    Of course. Overpopulation and climate change are intricately linked. More people mean more consumption, more CO2 and more deforestation to make space for agricultural lands. But it isn't poor people...
  2. Most people worldwide worried about climate change. Right-wing US least concerned.

    The famous American think tank Pew Research has published a new survey about attitudes to climate change.

    In Response to Climate Change, Citizens in Advanced Economies Are Willing To Alter How...
  3. Sticky: I have classified and sorted all the trees...

    I have classified and sorted all the trees available at present on Tree-Nation. My purpose was to see which trees are the most efficient at capturing CO2. Overall, the best deals in lifetime CO2 to €...
  4. Sticky: I have updated the list of cars with their carbon...

    I have updated the list of cars with their carbon footprint. There are now over 100 models of new cars from this year.
  5. Sticky: There are also plenty of websites to calculate...

    There are also plenty of websites to calculate your carbon footprint. Here are some of the best.



    Carbon Footprint (multilingual, international)
    Global Footprint Network (multilingual,...
  6. Carbon footprint of common consumer products

    Here is the carbon footprint (in Co2-equivalent) from the manufacturing of some common consumer products. This is the CO2 impact from buying a new product. For home appliances and electronics it does...
  7. Sticky: Plant trees to offset your carbon footprint - it really makes a difference!

    There are plenty of websites offering to plant trees for you to offset your carbon footprint. Here is a comparison of the main ones I found.



    Website
    Country
    Price per tree
    Price per ton of...
  8. Sticky: How many trees need to offset the manufacturing carbon footprint of a new car?

    For most people having a car represents the biggest share of one's personal carbon footprint. Unless one travels a lot by plane, few other consumables generate nearly as much CO2. Driving 15,000 km...
  9. The link between the ancient Britons and Belgae...

    The link between the ancient Britons and Belgae deserves to be further investigated. Apart from the fact that some Belgic tribes like the Atrebates settled in Britain, it is likely that the Brythonic...
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    Russia and the USA now top the list of...

    Russia and the USA now top the list of anti-vaxxers (source).

    https://www.economist.com/img/b/1280/755/90/sites/default/files/images/2021/09/articles/main/20210911_woc156.png
  11. Here are the Environment, Social and Governance...

    Here are the Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) Risk Ratings of major petrol companies based on data from Yahoo Finance. A low score is better.



    Company
    Environment Risk Score
    Social...
  12. The most comprehensive report I have found on the...

    The most comprehensive report I have found on the subject is Energy Transition: The evolving role of oil & gas companies in a net-zero future by CMS, an international law firm based in Frankfurt,...
  13. Here is another report on oil companies'...

    Here is another report on oil companies' low-carbon transition by CDP:
    ...
  14. No supplementary data?

    No supplementary data?
  15. It's sad to see that there are still population...

    It's sad to see that there are still population geneticists who hold such outdated and wrong ideas as R-M269 being pre-Neolithic in Western Europe.
  16. Sticky: Here is the ranking of monthly net salaries by...

    Here is the ranking of monthly net salaries by function.

    Head of state/government



    German Chancellor : 39,000€
    US President : 27,900€ (+11,800€ of expenses)
    Swiss Federal Council...
  17. Sticky: Net monthly salaries of presidents, ministers, lawmakers and mayors in OECD

    The salary of politicians is a topic that a lot of people like to broach because most of us feel like their taxes are paying these salaries (and yet many people are dissatisfied with their...
  18. [/B][/SIZE] Look, as a native French speaker I...

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    Look, as a native French speaker I could pick up Italian in only two months of studying in Rome and could pass for a native speaker afterwards. I also learned Spanish in a few months,...
  19. Ok, but why do you assume that ordinary ancient...

    Ok, but why do you assume that ordinary ancient Romans were not interested in languages? It was surely more important for legionaries and traders who were travelling a lot and needed to communicate...
  20. The pandemic's true death toll is about 3.5 times higher than official figures

    The Economist has been monitoring since last year the gap between official Covid deaths and excess deaths in various countries. They have now compiled statistics for almost every country in the world...
  21. I think that most of the similar words listed...

    I think that most of the similar words listed above have a shared Italo-Celtic or more broadly Indo-European root (e.g. numbers, family members). I updated the list in post #1 yesterday and now have...
  22. These are the most sustainable oil companies based on climate transition scores

    This ranking is from the article Integrated European Majors Lead on Preparedness for a Low-Carbon World Among 39 Global O&G Companies.

    The BI carbon score is based on the reduction in operational...
  23. It doesn't matter for my purpose whether some...

    It doesn't matter for my purpose whether some words have been borrowed from Latin to Celtic or the other way round. I just want to estimate roughly how much the Romans and Gauls would have been able...
  24. I had the same thought. The non-cremated...

    I had the same thought. The non-cremated skeletons in Imperial Roman times were more likely to have been Christian, Jewish or other Middle-Eastern religions. So it's not surprising to find a...
  25. I wouldn't label all Late Bronze and Early Iron...

    I wouldn't label all Late Bronze and Early Iron Age populations in the Danubian basin until Hungary, Austria and southern Germany Daco-Thracian. Illyrians may be in the same broader Balkanic IE...
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