The Netherlands has found a way to refurbish existing buildings to net zero energy, within a week, with a 30-year builders’ guarantee and no subsidies.
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Less than 1 chance in 100,000 that global average temperature over the past 60 years would have been as high without human-caused greenhouse gas emissions.
The prevailing view at the international level about action on climate change seems to be, “Why should I care about future generations?” It’s those views about what future generations are worth that will determine climate change policy in 2014 and beyond.
The authors of research used by an article in The Australian on deep ocean cooling have taken the newspaper to task for its coverage of their work.
A ‘tipping point’ – a threshold beyond which a system shifts to a new state – is becoming a familiar concept in discussions of climate.
Japan has nine times Germany’s renewable energy resources, but produces nine times less electricity from renewables. That’s because Japan’s government allows utility monopolies to protect their profits by blocking competitors.