"Everyone talks about the weather,
but nobody does anything about it."
Points to Ponder: Wayne Hall and Rosalind Peterson - a discussion.
Wayne Hall is a Greek citizen born in Australia, graduate of the University of Sydney, teacher and freelance translator in Athens. In the nineteen eighties he was a member of European Nuclear Disarmament, the non-aligned British-based anti-nuclear-weapons movement. In the late nineteen eighties he joined the editorial board of the Greek ecological magazine Nea Ecologia and is a founding member of ATTAC-Hellas.
His web site in Greece is: http://www.enouranois.gr/
In August 2006 Wayne Hall sent Rosalind Peterson a copy of his article:
Responding to Paul Crutzen.
The result was the following dialogue that is linked below and will appear in pdf format.
Rosalind Peterson was born and raised on a working farm in Redwood Valley, California. The weather was the foremost factor in determining whether or not tree crops produced fruit and nuts.
Between 1989 and 1993 Rosalind worked as an Agricultural Technologist for the Mendocino County Department of Agriculture. After leaving Mendocino County she took a position with the USDA Farm Service Agency as a Program Assistant in Mendocino, Sonoma, and the Salinas County Offices.
In 1995, she became a certified U.S.D.A. Farm Service Agency Crop Loss Adjustor working in more than ten counties throughout California. Many crop losses throughout the State can be attributed to weather related causes. Rosalind has a BA degree from Sonoma State University in Environmental Studies & Planning (ENSP), with emphasis on agriculture, watersheds, climate, and crop production. Her website is California Skywatch.
Wayne Hall & Rosalind Peterson
dialogue on persistent jet contrails & experimental weather modification
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