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Open Access Mini Review

An innovative Method to Extend the Service Life of Future Infrastructure Systems by Using Alternative Materials

Brian Kirke*

Adjunct Senior Research Fellow, Sustainable Energy, University of South Australia

Corresponding Author

Received Date: March 30, 2020;  Published Date: April 17, 2020


The first is in agriculture. Farmer and author Charles Massey states that his book “Call of the Reed Warbler” is about the future survival of Earth and humanity. After decades of farming, following the advice of conventional agronomists and watching the fertility and productivity of his land steadily declining, he came to the view that “modern industrial agriculture and humanity’s ongoing burning of stored fossil fuels is destroying Earth’s life-sustaining systems, poisoning the foods we live on and divorcing us from a natural world we co-evolved with. While consuming more resources than Earth’s systems can replenish, we are hurtling towards multiple calamities.”

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