A primer on our current energy predicament

Years ago I was often reading The Oil Drum, a great website dedicated to oil and other energy issues. Years later, the website still provides great content and I am glad to have read one of their latest posts : Our Energy Predicament in Charts. This post is an excellent introduction to energy issues for… Continue reading A primer on our current energy predicament

Environmental and energy issues are absent of French elections

2012 is an election year for France as we will elect our President in May and our Representatives in June. And so far, I have to regret that little to nothing has been said about the energy and environmental crises we are currently experimenting. I am absolutely stunned of how little to nothing is said… Continue reading Environmental and energy issues are absent of French elections

Why continuing the Kyoto Protocol is crucial

To TreeHugger : ” If (the) Kyoto Protocol dies at COP17 climate talks, so does our climate “. This article reminds us that the next round of UNFCC climate talks will start in less than two months in Durban, South Africa. It also reminds us that it is the only law we have on a… Continue reading Why continuing the Kyoto Protocol is crucial

Climate change is not a technological issue

I have been knowing it for years as I read Jean-Marc Jancovici‘s books : current technologies can solve our climate and energy issues. This is corroborated by a joint statement by eleven of the world’s largest engineering organisations. To Climate Progress : “The technology needed to cut the world’s greenhouse gas emissions by 85% by… Continue reading Climate change is not a technological issue

Over 200 subscribers !

Good news everyone ! What begun as a personal project to show my dedication to sustainability and energy issues is now gathering over two hundreds subscribers via RSS and Email ! It took me a little less than three years to gather 100 and a year and a half to gather a hundred more. We… Continue reading Over 200 subscribers !