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Video: How to tackle climate change with artificial whale poo

In issue 45 of Delayed Gratification we ran a fascinating interview with Professor Sir David King, climate expert and former government chief scientific advisor under Tony Blair and Gordon Brown. You can read the piece here, and below you can see a section from the interview in which Sir David told DG co-editor Rob Orchard about his plan to use artificial whale poo to tackle climate change, a scheme so outrageous, ambitious and fascinating that it literally led to Rob smacking his own head in astonishment.



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