Comenius talk:Solutions - Geographical aspects/Sweden/Group 3
The work is very good. I find it very interesting how the floating houses, since it could be a good solution. Another solution that I also like is to purify the salt water fresh water for living things.--Davinia 08:22, 26 March 2010 (UTC)
Not a bad idea if the sea level rises considerably, but instead of building floating homes they should build underwater structures that made serve as bases for the houses. Vicent 09:22, 12 March 2010 (UTC)
I think that proposal 1 is a bit surreal.This measure would very extreme in advanced cases.From my point of view I think we have to base on the present and not look ahead, as if this were to happen. -- Francisco 09:09, 26 March 2010 (UTC)
I see a ban nonsense emit carbon dioxide into the water. Because if you throw in the water should be allowed to imitate all gases in the atmosphere, and no two solutions are accurate. What we should do is stop emitting carbon dioxide in general.-- Sonia 4A 09:17, 26 March 2010 (UTC)
Reforestation is a very good solution from the geographical point of view because they're essential to stop global warming and climate change. Floating houses are a original idea but I think it contructing them could be very difficult to carry out. -- Rafael 09:29, 26 March 2010 (UTC)
In my opinion, reforestation it's a good way to keep the nature. Because without trees the deserts are going to be bigger and most animals will disapear. In addition there will be earth movements and flooding. -- Jaume 09:39, 26 March 2010 (UTC)
--Amenaqaderi|Amenaqaderi]] 16:06, 30 March 2010 (UTC)((User:AmenaQaderi)) 18:05 30 March 2010 Our questions: 3) 1 How do you floating homes ?
2 In the dessert the trees will dying. 3 Have you ever trought how much will cost ?
Group 1 The Netherlands
Proposal 1 : I think it's a good idea but I don't think every one is agree with the boathouses. Proposal 2 : good solution. we should stop emitting carbon dioxide. Proposal 3 : good solution I really don't know a tip.
Ref proposal 1
The truth is that the idea of the walls not very good for me in the end would fall, but the houses I like, but I think it would be very effective since it would require new materials that would take us a long time to build and would have many problems such as daily weather, find food ...-- Mari Nieves 11:47, 13 April 2010 (UTC)
-- Andoni 12:07, 13 April 2010 (UTC)About proposal 1: I think that rather than spend so much money building the walls we could use that money to create floating cities, we would not have the risk of sea level exceeded the walls, because the city would float on the sea and would be able to move to risk of tidal waves, tsunamis ...
I don't agree with proposal 2, because is very easy to say that we can plant trees in the desert but, have you thought that if they don't already grow there, is because they can't because it's too hot for them, and there's not enough rain? We would spend a lot of money maintaining them,and I don't see it as a solution... -- Mar Patricia 12:13, 13 April 2010 (UTC)
-- Andoni 12:12, 13 April 2010 (UTC)About proposal 3: I agree as to create large areas that collect rain water to use it, but I am totally against the desalination plants, because although people think that the process will remove the salt and that's it, is very wrong. What about all the salt extracted from salt water? Is discarded, it makes marine ecosystems will be adversely affected by the large amount of salt in water ... the better solution is the collection of rainwater.