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... the interests of their short term profits. Funnily enough, probably the best solution to climate change would be capitalist/market-based, i.e. to put a price on carbon. Given how long this has ...
...  There are papers in the UK and Australia on exactly this topic - looking at the cost and feasibility. UK: www.zerocarbonbritain.com Australia: www.beyondzeroemissions.org In the US there is ...
... below. Comments and discussion are welcome. School People Notes, Challenges & Critiques Collapse Peak Oil (usually Western) Marcin Post Carbon Institute Some transitioners ...
4. Permaculture how-to: Worm farms
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...  that are high in nitrogen, you can balance this by adding dry material that is high in carbon e.g. sawdust, wood scraps or newspaper. If it gets Soggy, its probably a blocked ...
I've been wondering whether or not to support the government's Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme (CPRS) - its inadequate, but isn't something better than nothing ? This speech by Greens Senator, Christine ...
While I was away, the long awaited Emissions trading Scheme - the so-called "Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme" was delayed for another year, and a number of changes made to it. I've blogged before on ...
The Age has another story on population based on a new book. This is important because the increase in population is being used as an excuse for the miniscule cuts being targeted for Australia's emissions ...
There are a number of stories around about Carbon Negative cements. Its an area that is worth paying attention to, as cement production causes about 5% of world CO2 emissions. Novacem's product is based ...
Following on from my own analysis of the government's inadequate CPRS, here is the commentary from the Clean Energy Council calling for the need for a Renewable Energy Target since the capped rate is too ...
As I mentioned in my recent post on Australia's "Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme", Rudd has taken the unusual step of talking about how good Australia's per-capita cuts are, i.e. using Australia's projected ...
I attended the Australian federal government's briefing on its "Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme" in Brisbane yesterday. The one-line summary .... inadequate goals (450ppm); targets that push the burden ...
...  Lord Turner of Ecchinswell, the committee chairman, told the Guardian. "We have to almost totally decarbonise the power sector by 2030, well before 2050," This contrasts with the Garnaut report for ...
... choices - funding Clean Coal tries to perpetuate and keep the system stable, but is ultimately futile - Carbon Capture and Sequestration is unlikely to work at a cost that makes it a sensible choice, and ...
Al Gore made a key speech recently, summarised in the quote: Today I challenge our nation to commit to producing 100 percent of our electricity from renewable energy and truly clean carbon-free sources ...
... place sooner or later. I think this means that businesses should be looking at planning for a zero-carbon-emissions world, because it will come sooner or later, and being ahead of the curve is likely ...
Salon has an article that asks when solar power makes sense, quoting papers by Wheeler and Borenstein. "figuring out the carbon dioxide price point at which a particular renewable source of energy becomes ...
... carbon budget. Every country makes an argument that it needs more of the world's share of carbon emissions, and I'm sure each has its own argument - and is good at challenging the others. Good enough ...
From: Doctors for the Environment Australia via GreenLeap By Professor Peter Newman, Murdoch University 1 May 2007 Carbon neutral is becoming the policy for innovative companies, individuals and even ...
19. Gore's recommendations
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... "carbon freeze" that would cap U.S. CO2 emissions at current levels, followed by a program to generate 90% reductions by 2050. Start a long-term tax shift to reduce payroll taxes and increase taxes on ...
... strong targets that will solve the problem (20% by 2020 is basically heading us for runaway climate change), and for a stable playing field that ensures businesses can invest in energy & carbon-saving ...
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