A review of Climate of Hope, written by Carl Pope and Michael Bloomberg. Published this year it offers a comprehensive look on climate solutions.
A look at the previous months work, my capstone project for a local grocery store and my sustainable investing class.
There are still reasons to cheer in our fight against climate change. According to the respected International Energy Agency’s new report, global greenhouse gases emissions from energy remained flat in 2016 while the global economy grew by 3.1 percent.
To a new report, the suppliers of 89 large multinationals have cut their emissions by 434 million tonnes of carbon dioxide last year alone.
As the Arctic is 30 C warmer than what it should be, finding solutions to cool down the poles does not seem far-fetched anymore.
That’s it ! Renewable energy sources and electric vehicles are progressing so fast around the world that according to a new study coal and oil use could peak worldwide in as little as three years.
While the United States are wondering what will happen next on climate change mitigation in their country, both India and China have recently unvealed very ambitious targets to fight local air pollution and global climate change.
I posted this earlier today somewhere else on the Web and given the immediate response I thought I might as well share that with the broader public of this blog.
While some people still want to deny climate change or that Mankind has anything to do with it, the facts are stubborn: our planet is warming fast and it is our handy work.
Every year in late November, it is the same thing: the very respected International Energy Agency publishes its World Energy Outlook. This year’s edition is interesting in more than one aspect.
Further to the election in the United States, a lot of people are fearing that this may be a death blow to global climate change mitigation efforts.
For long, China was seen as a climate villain, fuelling its amazing economic growth by burning more and more coal. But times are changing, and the People’s Republic is emerging as a climate leader.