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China Sets Long-Term CO2 Limit For The First Time

8/15/2009 // By Kevin Coyle

Leaders in China have, for the first time, indicated how they are approaching their overall greenhouse gas emissions standards.  This is the good news.  But the greater challenge is emissions there will continue to increase under this new guideline for […] Read more >

McKinsey Report: U.S. Energy-Saving Will Create 600,000 to 900,000 New Green Jobs

8/8/2009 // By Kevin Coyle

The global consulting firm of McKinsey and Company , finds that elevating energy efficiency to a national priority could spur the creation of 600,000-900,000 long-term green jobs and reduce our overall U.S. energy consumption by 23 percent. This could avoid […] Read more >

See The World’s New, To-The-Second, Green House Gas Tracker

7/11/2009 // By Kevin Coyle

In New York City there is a large digital display that tracks the national debt to the second.  Building on that idea Deutche Bank has recently erected a similar display that tracks how many metric tons of green house gas are piling […] Read more >

Thousands Year-Old Process Could Help Defeat Global Warming

7/7/2009 // By Kevin Coyle

Welsh scientists are looking at the ancient practices of Amazonian Indians who developed a process some 6,000 years ago that could help to trap carbon dioxide and lower greenhouse gas levels. Photo: International Biochar Inititiative. Robin Turner from the Western […] Read more >

Midwest Greenhouse Gas Accord

12/5/2007 // By Josh Nelson

Nine Midwestern governors and the Premier of Manitoba yesterday signed an historic greenhouse gas accord. This has powerful implications not just for state and regional progress, but for global warming policy nationwide. In addition, it lays out a detailed road […] Read more >

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