Tag Archives: carbon emissions

Paris Climate Talks Need to Focus on Innovation

Only when the unsubsidized cost of clean energy is cheaper than fossil fuels will nations switch en masse.

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Climate Shock: Will We Persist in Collective and Willful Blindness?

The moral dilemma on climate – Errors of commission versus errors of omission.

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Can the U.S. Kick Its Carbon Habit?

carbon emissions

President Obama has set ambitious carbon emission goals for the United States. Can it rise to the challenge?

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Climate Policy and the Developing World

Poor, low-carbon emitting nations are being targeted unfairly.

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Can Keystone XL Befriend the Environment?

Could crude production from Alberta’s oil sands fund an offset program to reduce carbon emissions by making homes energy efficient?

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Road Tripping Down the Keystone Pipeline

How do we reconcile the growth of oil sands with the fact that we’re entering a carbon-constrained future?

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Germany’s Energiewende: What Have We Learned So Far?

Is Germany’s energy transformation leading to a democratization of economic power?

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Turning Environmental Threats into Profits

How does one turn environmental problems into a threat for the United States and then into a profit opportunity?

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Making Sustainability Pay

Is the global recession an opportunity for countries to start investing in a resource-efficient future?

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Green China — Part IV: A Model for the World?

Can China’s new green industrial system help avert the worst consequences of climate change?

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