Tag Archives: environment

The Future of the EU: Putting Things in Perspective

The European Way has great potential to nudge the world forward.

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Climate Change: Can Today’s Societies Make Big Choices?

Innovations in public decision-making and consensus-building require a richness of participation and inclusion, not just tech tools.

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Canadian Oil: A Fading Star

Canada may have one of the largest oil reserves in the world, but nearly all of it will not be financially accessible.

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Part I: The Moral Duty of the Elites

It is the moral duty of the elite to avert global disaster.

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The Scale of G20 Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Can the July 7 & 8 2017 G20 summit help advance international cooperation on the environment?

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After Trump’s Exit from Paris Accord: Just Sanction the Bastards!

After Trump’s exiting from the Paris Accord, no more travel freedom for all those involved in the decision-making.

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Bye Bye, Paris! Hello Centralia, Pennsylvania!

Reflections on Donald Trump’s exit from global responsibility.

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French Emissions: Nuclear Limitations

Will France be able to maintain its low carbon emissions going forward?

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China’s Carbon Emissions: Still Rising Fast

Even on a per person basis, the outlook on Chinese decarbonization is bad.

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Meet the Old Energy World’s Kings

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Participants at the 2016 World Energy Congress in Istanbul pretended that the world of energy will not – cannot – change.

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