Is it feasible to have zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050? Yes!
Articles: carbon emissions (11)
Oil shales, if they live up to proponents’ expectations and can be produced commercially, could change the economic and political fortunes of the United States and transform the geopolitical map of the world.
•Obama Administration Takes Action on Climate ‘Resilience’ •Global security in the age of climate responsibility •Climate Change Seen Posing Risk to Food Supplies •CO2 levels hit record high •How the world is failing at its climate goals, in one giant chart …
On Tuesday, approximately 25,000 residents of South Portland will decide the future of what could soon become America’s next tar sands pipeline. Not Keystone XL; the Portland-Montreal Pipeline.
•America delivers climate hope, again. US CO2 fell 3.8% last year •U.S. carbon emissions fell sharply in 2012. But don’t expect that to last. •Are global emissions heading for a permanent slowdown? •Study: Arctic Sea Ice Loss Shifts Jet Stream, Driving Deluges In NW …
Globalization has largely been seen in the context of the outsourcing of information technologies. But the larger outsourcing that globalization is leading to is the outsourcing of pollution and the energy-intensive production of goods.
CCS simply hasn’t yet proven to be practical, affordable, scalable, and ready to be ramped up rapidly.
Recently I read that our challenge in the twenty-first century is to triple global energy demand “so that the world’s poorest can enjoy modern living standards, while reducing our carbon emissions from energy production to zero”.
•Four energy policies can keep the 2 °C climate goal alive •Waiting on new climate deal 'will set world on a path to 5C warming' •The Burning Question by Mike Berners-Lee and Duncan Clark - review
•China agrees to impose carbon targets by 2016 •Warming to hit half of plants, a third of animals •Geoengineering: Can We Save the Planet by Messing with Nature? •Climate Denial's Death Knell: 97 Percent of Peer-Reviewed Science Confirms Manmade Global Warming, Consensus …