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McKinsey Article Concludes Good News for Emissions: US and EU Emissions Down, Economies UP

McKinsey and Company director Scott Nyquist authored on article entitled Great News on Emissions. Really. He concludes that the US and EU have cut emissions while growing their economies. His article... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my we...
by The New Carbon Cycle on Jul 12, 2016

What Do “Primordial Soup” and Climate Change Solutions Have in Common?

In my last blog, I mentioned the class I am teaching at in Climate Change Law at the University of Texas Law School. One of my classes I mentioned consisted of inviting several companies and the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website...
by The New Carbon Cycle on Apr 19, 2014

Arrogant or Accurate?: ExxonMobil’s Reports on Climate Change and Oil and Gas Reserves

Recently, ExxonMobil issued two reports Energy and Carbon--Managing the Risks and Energy and Climate in response to a request by certain shareholders to disclose information related to climate change... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my we...
by The New Carbon Cycle on Apr 12, 2014

Aarkstore Enterprise -Carbon Trading and the Effect of the Copenhagen Agreement: Technical options

Carbon Trading and the Effect of the Copenhagen Agreement: Technical options and economic drivers to a low carbon future The reduction of global carbon emissions is now widely regarded as paramount if the world is to avoid major negative consequences...
by American Express on Nov 14, 2010

The Weekly Carboholic: Early deaths cost Appalachia more than coal jobs earn

Early deaths cost Appalachia more than coal jobs earn Emission of strong GHGs exceed IPCC emissions scenarios and expected to continue to do so Raytheon testing oil shale tech to sequester CO2 Appalachia has some of the most impoverished communites...
by Scholars & Rogues on Jun 25, 2009

The Weekly Carboholic: early deaths cost Appalachia more than coal jobs earn

Early deaths cost Appalachia more than coal jobs earn Emission of strong GHGs exceed IPCC emissions scenarios and expected to continue to do so Raytheon testing oil shale tech to sequester CO2 Appalachia has some of the most impoverished communites...
by Scholars & Rogues on Jun 25, 2009

The Weekly Carboholic: study says offsets make ACES carbon cap almost meaningless

Study says offsets make ACES carbon cap almost meaningless China rejects binding GHG cuts USGS study suggests peak coal may be closer than previously thought FutureGen coal CCS pilot project revived EU needs to upgrade its electricity transmission De...
by Scholars & Rogues on Jun 18, 2009

Should Trees Be Industry's Best Friends in a New Climate Change Regime?

The suggestion that trees should be industry's best friends under a new climate change or cap and trade program being considered by Congress, seems absurd at first. Forests do not initially appear to most people to be a source of...
by The New Carbon Cycle on May 3, 2009

Should Trees Be Industry's Best Friends in a New Climate Change Regime?

The suggestion that trees should be industry's best friends under a new climate change or cap and trade program being considered by Congress, seems absurd at first. Forests do not initially appear to... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my we...
by The New Carbon Cycle on May 3, 2009


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