the higher the CO2, the faster the rate at which plants converts CO2 into oxygen.
And the higher the rate we all die of respiratory problems. Air's already fucked up enough in most of the country for that.
If brazil soils are so bad why is brazil a major agriculture exporter in the world market.Amazon
soil is infertile. Which, by the way, is the one you suggest we use. The fertile soil we got is all being used now, save from a couple indigenous tribes we somehow didn't get rid of yet.
is basically calling for hurricanes -> I don't refute this. Neither do I confirm. Can you explain? Or is it part of climate change and result of temperatures. Either way, how do you know what magnitude it's gonna have. It's hard to predict magnitude
There's a huge ass water depository under the amazon, and the amazon itself is one. It's not in a particularly wet place aside from the river. The common rains happen due to the plants sweating what they absorb very quickly due to heat. Kill the plants, and the water depository underneath it will be freed, and the plants' sweat will produce massive atmospheric water increases. This translates to hurricanes, tornados, typhoons, floods, mass rain and much more. Can't know the magnitude, but we do know it's pretty darn big.
higher co2, higher temperature, better conditions in cold countries such as canada scandinavia russia
Alright, Team Magma. But this means the ice on these countries will melt, causing the loss of lowlands including but not limited to a large chunk of Poland (and a lot of Russia/Norway), not to mention that countries/regions that are already hot will become hotter and unbearable, making a very large chunk of Australia, South America, Africa, the USA, the Middle East, central Asia and China completely desertic and unusable, meaning loss of land in general.
Speaking of Russia, the permafrost is gonna go to shit with this plan, causing massive methane emissions to the atmosphere. A single molecule of Methane generates as much heat as about 25 molecules of carbon dioxide. If it starts large-scale melting, it definetely will heat up the world, causing more and more to melt, heating up more and more, in a large scale chain reaction.
Ultimately, temperature increases are expected to be around the 10ºC which makes most of the world impossible to live in as the atmospherical temperature would be far above the body temperature - then comes heat strokes, skin cancer and dehydratation for pretty much every single species. If we survive that, animals/plants won't, and we won't have what to eat. At the end, your plan failed.
"If you can actually"
bigger production requires bigger transportation infrastructure. Corruption can make it harder but it's eventually going to happen
Very optimistic, but it won't happen any soon. The current government and probably the next few don't care about the rural population (we literally had a slave owner as a congressman). For this kind of large-scale production, we need trains and waterways, trucks won't do it, and our government is balls deep on lobbyist money from car companies, so you can guess where this is going.