Category Archives: Climate Change Remediation

Top 10 countries by Produced Renewable Energy | GreenMatch

“What Is the Role of Renewables in Achieving the Paris Climate Objectives? In 2015, renewables added to decreasing EU ozone depleting substance (GHG) outflows by 436 MtCO2eq, Italy’s emission equivalent. Renewables assume a noteworthy part in making the EU a … Continue reading

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Carbon sequestration – Wikipedia

Mineral carbonation[edit] Carbon, in the form of CO2 can be removed from the atmosphere by chemical processes, and stored in stable carbonate mineral forms. This process is known as ‘carbon sequestration by mineral carbonation’ or mineral sequestration. The process involves … Continue reading

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Hydrogen – IEA

More efforts needed The global fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) car stock reached 8 000 units in 2017, with the United States and Japan accounting for nearly 90% of the global fleet. Focus on hydrogen is increasing from a variety of … Continue reading

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Editorial | Best Way to Fight Climate Change? Put an Honest Price on Carbon – The New York Times

Will voters in Washington State breathe new life into the idea of taxing carbon emissions? Plenty of people worried about the earth’s future certainly hope so. Climate scientists and economists have long argued that the single best way to slow … Continue reading

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Scientists Push for a Crash Program to Scrub Carbon From the Air – By Brad Plumer

By Brad Plumer,   Oct. 24, 2018,   25 comments WASHINGTON — With time running out to avoid dangerous global warming, the nation’s leading scientific body on Wednesday urged the federal government to begin a research program focused on developing technologies that can … Continue reading

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Renewable Power Generation Costs in 2017- Irena.org – International Renewable Energy Agency

“Renewable energy has emerged as an increasingly competitive way to meet new power generation needs. This comprehensive cost report from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) highlights the latest trends for each of the main renewable power technologies, based on … Continue reading

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Opinion | Stopping Climate Change Is Hopeless. Let’s Do It. – By Auden Schendler and Andrew P. Jones – NYT

By Auden Schendler and Andrew P. Jones Mr. Schendler is a climate activist and businessman. Mr. Jones creates climate simulations for the nonprofit Climate Interactive. Oct. 6, 2018 CreditCreditClaire Merchlinsky “On Monday, the world’s leading climate scientists are expected to … Continue reading

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Opinion | The Future of Electric Cars Is Brighter With Elon Musk in It – By John Paul MacDuffie – NYT

By John Paul MacDuffie Mr. MacDuffie is director of the Program on Vehicle and Mobility Innovation at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. Oct. 1, 2018 111 Elon Musk’s decision to settle fraud charges against him — by paying a … Continue reading

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Added Value Farms is Where David Buckel worked. A youth-­centered urban farming and food justice non­-profit in Red Hook, Brooklyn.

URBAN FARMING & YOUTH EMPOWERMENT Added Value Farms is a youth-­centered urban farming and food justice non­-profit in Red Hook, Brooklyn. We create opportunities for teens to expand their knowledge base, develop their leadership skills, and positively engage with each … Continue reading

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What Drove a Man to Set Himself on Fire in Brooklyn? – By Annie Correal -NYT

It is impossible to know all the reasons a person commits suicide. Mr. Buckel suggested one: He was trying to call attention to pollution and global warming. “My early death by fossil fuel reflects what we are doing to ourselves,” … Continue reading

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