Governance

Use Coke to Sequester Carbon - It Would Be Funny if it was meant to be a joke

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April 18, 2015 - I like my carbonated drinks and coke in its many branded iterations is my preference.

Commitments to Lower Carbon Creep Along Here in North America

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April 15, 2015 - A few days ago, Canada's Environment Minister, Leona Aglukkaq, chided Canadian provincial leaders for not submitting carbon reduction strategies to the federal government so that it could submit an emission-reduction commitment to the United Nations.

Investor Groups Push BP and Shell to Disclose Business Cost of Climate Change

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April 12, 2015 - Shareholders resolutions by climate-conscious investors have been proposed to both British Petroleum (BP) and Royal Dutch Shell.

Japan to Lower Emissions by 20% by 2030 - A Disappointing Pledge

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April 10, 2015 - Japan is the latest major economy to pledge to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 20% from current levels by 2030.

The Kremlin Announces Greenhouse Gas Reduction Targets

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April 2, 2015 - Yesterday I wrote about the New Climate Institute's report on nations and their pledges to reduce carbon emissions. At the time I reported that Russia had, as of yet, not stated its targets. That is no longer the case.

British Government Moves to EVs to Combat Climate Change

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March 13, 2015 - A second consecutive Friday the thirteenth? Yep! That's what happens when the 13th falls on a Friday in February in a non-leap year. But there is good news on this 13th day of March and it comes from the Brits who seem to be taking climate change a bit more seriously than other jurisdictions.

The War Between Energy Utilities and Rooftop Solar

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March 9, 2015 - In an article posted on March 7, 2015 in the Washington Post,

Indonesia - The World's 6th Largest GHG Emitter Faces Coal Energy Challenge

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March 1, 2015 - In 2012 Indonesia's contribution to greenhouse gas (GHG) global emissions amounted to 4.5%. That placed them sixth, well behind the United States, China and Germany.

Writing From Florida About Freshwater

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February 13, 2015 - My wife and I are snow birds, Canadians who come south for part of the winter to escape snow, ice and the cold. When we get here there is one thing we don't do. We don't drink the water coming from the tap. Instead we buy bottled water and use it for making tea and for cooking. We're not alone in doing this. Many Floridians have become accustomed to doing the same thing.

For Australia Climate Change and Weather are One in the Same

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February 10, 2015 - This week, Australia's Prime Minister was besieged by his own political party, surviving a vote of confidence.

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