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A Carbon Market is a market created from the trading of carbon emission allowances to encourage or help countries and companies to limit their carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. This is also known as emissions or carbon trading. Carbon emissions trading is a way of offsetting greenhouse gases produced by polluters.
Under Carbon trading, a country having more emissions of carbon is able to purchase the right to emit more and the country having less emission trades the right to emit carbon to other countries. EcoWho Articles where 'emissions' used:EcoWho blog posts where 'emissions' used:
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- The Australian Carbon tax is no more
Yesterday in the Senate the Carbon Tax was removed. This was a great victory for common sense as concerns realistic environmental policy.
- Dueling Climate Reports
In the interests of free speech I'm reposting this article so it gets better exposure.
- Straw man science: keeping climate simple; watch the pea..
The conversation has just published a rather incorrect article claiming that none of the human produced Co2 is absorbed by the natural Co2 cycle, we blow it out the water.
- Methane from waste food an environmental problem?
We look at whether methane from waste food is a real problem in our environment.
- BOM 'predicts' a hot Summer in Australia
BOM have just announced that due to a three day 'heat wave' we are due a hot Summer...
- Ballarat museum scaring children with biasless climate propaganda
Caring about the environment is one thing, deliberately setting out to scare young children with climate change propaganda in an art gallery is something completely different...
- What does Free Range Eggs mean?
What do you think Free Range Eggs means in Australia? Well, apparently there is no standard definition of what Free Range is...
- Dirty weather is dirty PR
Al Gore is at it again with his '24 hours of Climate Reality', we call it what it is - BS.
- Fixing a water pump cheaply
Our pool cleaner pump just died and I was able to fix it for $14...
- Fixing a solar hot water controller
Fixing a broken solar hot water controller need not be that expensive
- Cloud feedback wrong in climate models, paper
A recent paper by Miller et al 2012 in the AMS Journal indicates that the climate models could be out by a factor of 19 with respect to actual cloud feedback.
- Droughts in the USA, not
It appears that NASA's James Hansen has been caught out spreading unproven conclusions about droughts in the USA, when in actually it is not the case.
- Food - the other inconvenient truth
Informative talk by Jonathan Foley on how our drive to produce yet more and more food is affecting our planet.
- Maths Bug on Android updated
The Maths Bug app on Android has undergone major updates..
- If you want a democracy to fail...
A video well worth watching that underlines what this is all about.
- The Denial Escalator
Commentary on the supposed Denial Escalator and who really is in denial?
- Renewable power cannot reproduce base load availability
We look at the question of whether renewable power is able to provide 100% coverage for base load and therefore remove the need for it.
- Extreme weather not related to Climate Change says IPCC
In a rather surprising report from the IPCC they play down the link between extreme weather and Climate Change...
- Queensland cuts back on Green Schemes
Queensland Premier Campbell Newman has ordered Anna Bligh’s husband to begin dismantling green energy programs he helped create, we examine what this will do.
- Labor loose big time in Queensland
Labor have just lost Queensland in spectacular fashion, what does this mean for the Environment?
- Electricity Bills go through the roof!
The cost of electricity in Australia is now amongst some of the highest in the world. We look at why and what you can do about it.
- New German anti AGW book and extensive media coverage
Breaking News - new book published in Germany today called "The Cold Sun: Why the Climate Disaster Won't Happen". Also extensive anti-AGW newspaper coverage, amazing!
- Maths Bug Mental Maths app updated
Maths Bug, our mental maths training Android application, has been updated!
- Wind power does not work - critical analysis
Wind power, when put under critical fact based analysis is a really bad way to provide electrical power.
- Maths Bug app is out
Frustrated by the lack of good maths teaching aid apps out there, we just went and wrote one cool maths game..
- ClimateGate FOIA Grepper available
Search both ClimateGate I and II emails with ease.
- R Value Calculator App Updated!
Some more functionality has been added to make it more useful.
- The Carbon War
The Carbon War - how the ABC misrepresent the political and social situation in Australia around the Carbon Tax.
- Energy Consumption Calculator
New Energy Consumption Calculator, work out appliance/devices energy usage and their cost, with phantom power costs.
- Al Gore Spamathon
Al Gore wants access to your online accounts to spam all your friends!
- CSIRO government funded and government policy directed??
We look at whether the CSIRO is a 'free' research organization or one whose research is driven by government policy.
- Sustainable House Day 2011
Sustainable House Day is on again.
- Remote Sensing Editor Resigns over Spencer and Braswell paper
Publishing a good paper that goes against the climate change 'consensus' is enough for a journal editor to resign over - OMG!
- Wind power in Australia...
We look at what wind turbines need to operate then compare to available wind in Australia..
- Bob Kernohan interview wrt Julia Gillard
2UE are about to release an interview with Bob Kernohan that could blow the top off the Australian Government...
- Power saving scams
Power saving devices are often too good to be true and found to be scams that end up costing the Earth; be warned!
- Wind Power at least 6 times more expensive.
When wind power is compared on a pure cost for watt basis it turns out to be at least 6 times more expensive than other established technologies.
- Last solar panel manufacturer in Australia, Silex Solar, stops making cells
The last, of only ever two, solar panel cell manufacturers stops making cells in Australia..
- Medical Funding Research in Australia (NHMRC) budget needs protecting not cutting
There could be plans to cut $400 million from the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) budget...
- Stop Coal Seam Gas...
Seems now that we should stop coal seam gas, what are the pros and cons?
- Why Carbon Tax?
Why do we want a Carbon Tax in Australia, this is a good question we will attempt to answer...
- Julia Gillard's Carbon Tax protest at Canberra
Tomorrow in Canberra the Election Now No Carbon Tax Rally will do its thing...
- Carbon Tax Pros and Cons
We look at the Pros and Cons of the Carbon Tax...
- The incredible shrinking carbon tax...
Carbon tax is to be paid by even less industry, whilst in the US the Chicago Climate Exchange is finally put out of our misery..
- What is Carbon Pollution
Carbon pollution, what is it?
- SpongeBob caught up selling Global Warming in schools
Yep, its true, even good old little SpongeBob SquarePants is in on the act.. See the video below..
- Carbon Tax Convoy of No Confidence on its way to Canberra
Want to be part of something Historic? Don't want to see Australia have a Carbon Tax? Read on...
- Keeping warm this Winter, the eco friendly way
Tips on how to keep warm this Winter without breaking the bank or harming the environment.
- Home Ventilation
Ventilating your home is important for your health and well being.
- What is weather and climate?
What is the difference between weather and climate? We answer this question.
- What is climate change?
We answer the question: what is climate change?
- Vaclav Klaus, President of the Czech Republic addresses the National Press Club
The National Press Club Address in full by President of the Czech Republic, Vaclav Klaus: “The mass delusion of climate change”
- Window insulating trick
Would just like to report a little trick we found out that dramatically improves window insulation qualities for little cost..
- Lord Monckton vs Richard Denniss at National Press Club
A very interesting discussion between Lord Monckton and Richard Denniss showing the divide in logical reasoning between the well informed skeptics and the vague warmists. Worth watching.
- Carbon rap - even the young realise Climate Change is a fraud
Good video explaining what is really going on with Climate Change
- Carbon Tax environmental train wreck
The carbon tax in Australia is going to do zip to improve the environment.
- The Dead Carbon Tax Sketch
Based on the classic Dead Parrot Sketch, enjoy!
- Mold Prevention
Mold prevention, great new article
- Atmospheric carbon, man made Co2 measurement problems
The 'man-made' carbon dioxide signature in the atmosphere is not as precise as it is being presented...
- Carbon Tax does not work
Carbon Tax has been shown in the US to be totally ineffective; we compare against the situation with Carbon Tax in Australia.
- Free Green Dictionary App updated
The Free Green Dictionary App has now been updated.
- Green Dictionary App available for Free
We have taken the definitions off the Ecowho.com online dictionary and made them available for free in a standalone Android app.
- Property Assess App for buying or renting property released.
We have just completed an application that will assist you with the process of considering properties for sale or to rent. It should take away much of the stress with keep track of notes, photos and key details.
- Cancun Cloud Feedback problems
It appears that a 'weak' paper has been published supporting the IPCC cloud feedback models to coincide with the last day of Cancun.. hmm..
- Climate models are just wrong..
In a recent paper climate models were hindcast tested against actual surface observations, and found to be seriously lacking if not totally useless... We provide some more background detail.
- 2010 the warmest ever; we think not
The UN's WMO (World Meteorological Organisation) is saying 2010 will be warmest ever... The evidence does not back up the claim
- Will Kyoto fall on its own sword?
It looks like Japan will stop Kyoto being extended and put a big cloud over Cancun.
- Climatic Models incomplete - poor understanding of mid level clouds cited
Clouds play a major role in the climate-change equation, but they are the least-understood variable in the sky, observes a Texas A&M University geoscientist, who says mid-level clouds are especially understudied.
- Indonesia to cut down rainforests for $1Bn climate aid
Indonesia plans to class large areas of its remaining natural forests as "degraded" in order to cut them down and receive nearly $1bn of climate aid for replanting them with palm trees and biofuel crops.
- Climate change is not the long term problem, environmental degradation is.
We propose that man-made climate change, as a risk to society as we know it, is less of a real risk than current environmental degradation and pollution.
- CO2 global levels rising, is this a problem?
According to recent reports in the media it looks like 2010 is 'expected' to be a record this year. We look into the actual facts and find this is just speculation prior to Cancum.
- Solar Panel Calculator
Solar Panel Calculator, given the size, power and number of panels works out total power, rated voltage and amps.
- A Rational Discussion of Climate Change: the Science, the Evidence, the Response
US House of Representatives Science Committee has a meeting today titled 'A Rational Discussion of Climate Change: the Science, the Evidence, the Response' - we give you the details.
- Green Blogging Sites
if you run a green or eco blog, we would be interested in hearing from you
- Green gardening tips
Just some simple tips I've found that make it easier to maintain a green garden.
- Plug pulled in French “Super Ministry of Environment”
Its seems the French have given a big fat 'Nill Points' to the plans to set up a “Super Ministry of Environment” in France.
- ClimateGate Anniversary
ClimateGate is just about to celebrate being one year old. We look at what has changed over the last year.
- Green Guffs of the week
Quick summary of some major 'green' snarfs of the week in terms of not really doing the right thing to save the environment.
- Carbon trading is dead
Carbon trading in the US is dead - the market set up to trade it is about to close down for lack of business.
- Biofuels destroying Rain Forests
Biofuel producing crops are replacing rain forests, resulting in the silly situation that there is a net increase in carbon.
- Qantas A380 no crash in Singapore
For those wondering about the Qantas A380 flight from Singapore, it did not crash.
- Climate Fools Meeting in the UK
The UK just had a meeting at parliament of key climate skeptics and MPs to help educate other MPs and interested people in the real issues.
- Surry Hills Library wins Sustainable Architecture Award
The Surry Hills Library and Community Centre in Sydney, Australia was recently awarded the 2010 National Award for Sustainable Architecture by the Australian Institute of Architects.
- Ocean acidification $15B NGO cash grab
The NGO Partnership for Observation of the Global Oceans (POGO) is after $15B upfront, then $5B a year to improve our ability to measure ocean acidification on the basis of a 0.1 change in pH from 8.2 to 8.1. This is monumental waste of money and we explain why.
- Solar Panels for your home, with the reduced feed-in tariff, are they a sound investment?
We take a more detailed look at solar panels and help you work out if investing your money in solar is the right thing to do for you and the environment.
- Feed-in tariff for NSW reduced to 20c/kWh
New South Wales has reviewed its feed-in tariff and reduced it to 20c/kWh, we look at what this means.
- energy efficient homes and energy saving
Energy saving is something we all want to achieve at home through better efficiency. We look at the options available to you.
- Compost Toilets or Waste processing system?
If you happen to live 'off grid' you often have to make the choice over what form of human waste disposal system is best suited. We give you some advice on this smelly issue...
- Hebel Wall Systems, what are they..
CSR Hebel Wall Systems are a class of wall cladding that has some unique properties that makes them useful in certain building situations.
- climate scientists: no consensus
A post in "The Australian" indicates that the consensus on climate change among climate scientists is a fiction.
- 10:10 - 10 reasons carbon emissions trading does not work
Carbon emissions trading does not work, we give you 10 solid reasons why it won't.
- resignation from American Physical Society over global warming scam
Prof Hal Lewis has just resigned from the American Physical Society after 67 years membership in disgust at the corruption around the 'global warming scam'
- carbon trading does not reduce emissions
Carbon trading will not do a thing to reduce carbon emissions and protect the environment; in fact it could end up doing the exact opposite as businesses use it as a way to create profit.
- 10:10 cut carbon emissions video, the links
A quick summary posting giving links to the coverage so far online and in the media.
- Landfills May Be Greener Than Recycling, finds study
Recycling plastic bottles might not always be the most environmentally-friendly option for disposal, according to a study by an independent consultancy based near Zurich, Switzerland.
- 10:10 cut carbon emissions viral video nightmare
The 10:10 global campaign to cut global carbon emissions has demonstrated in a video they just pulled of their website (but has gone viral, so too late) exactly what they think of those who disagree with them...
- Royal Society acknowledges significant uncertainly in climate predictions
A recent report from UK Royal Society (layman's guide to the science of climate change) has actually acknowledged that there is significant uncertainly in future climate models and predictions.
- National Broadband Network - is it really Green?
How green is the National Broadband Network (NBN) and what are the alternatives?
- Solar Cells at the nanoscale
it appears that some recent research is promising to improve the efficiency of solar cell light capture by up to 12 times..
- It does look like the Sun influences climate after all
The idea that changes in the sun's activity can influence the climate is making a comeback, after years of scientific vilification, thanks to major advances in our understanding of the atmosphere.
- BBC calls for UN climate chief resignation
As reported by the BBC several environmentalists, UK MPs and scientists has called for the resignation of Rajendra Pachauri, chair of the UN’s climate science body.
- Yahoo's super efficient Data Center
Yahoo has been able to apply passive cooling and hydro-electricity to a data center to produce massive savings in power usage and environmental foot print.
- Reducing cows' methane production the natural way
It appears that oregano can actually reduce the methane 'emissions' a cow produces..
- Climate Disruption
Climate Disruption equals Climate Change equals Global Warming - the great global rebranding of AGW rolls on..
- WA Greens get evicted a Feedlot Operator for not believing in AGW
It appears in Western Australia that the Green's have no shame in wrecking a families livelihood because they expressed anti global warming opinions. This has resulted in the family been given 4 days notice of eviction.
- Passive Solar Design advice
Passive Solar design can be applied to existing buildings as well as new buildings. We explain some useful techniques and give links to useful resources.
- EarthCare Centre open day
The EarthCare Centre in Western Sydney is having an open day on Sustainable House Day
- Sustainable House Day on this weekend
Sustainable House Day 2010 in Australia is on this Sunday 12th September
- Forestry investments have all gone rotten
The Managed Investment Scheme (MIS) operators have all gone to the wall in Australia, we look at why and if they were actually green.
- Self-Assembling Solar Cells Recycle Themselves Repeatedly
MIT has been researching into creating natural cell like solar cells which are able to reassemble themselves and the research so far looks quite promising...
- Chicago Climate Exchange drops 50%, new record low
Basically, if it gets any lower it will be ZERO..
- IPCC must reform, recommends IAC
An independent review said the scientists who produce the periodic United Nations reports on climate change (IPCC) should be more open to alternative views, more transparent about their own possible conflicts of interest and more realistic in the reporting of the likelihood of climatic events.
- Alternative Solar Energy
Alternative Solar Energy - this phrase often creates images of hippies and flower power... We look at what it really means.
- US Thermal Solar Plant approved in California
California approves the first U.S. Thermal Solar Plant.
- solar power efficiency
What are the factors that are important in efficiently harvesting solar power - we look at what they are..
- Special Interest Groups
To make it easier to find information on certain important topics we have made a set of SIG's (Special Interest Groups)...
- New Rainwater harvesting calculator
This new calculator allows you to work out the practical tank size given average per month rainfall, your roof area and expected monthly water usage.
- More Efficient Solar Cells with Selenium
Researchers have discovered that just adding a minuscule quantity of 9% selenium with zinc oxide base radically improved the sun light absorbing efficiency of the material...
- Climate Change Policy in Australia
With an election just around the corner the politically sensitive issue of how Labour is to deal with Climate Change has been presented as policy today.
- GE Ecomagination Challenge $200m for good ideas
GE Ecomagination contest hopes to gather ideas for improving electrical grid technology.
- Call for tighter review of IPCC data
Prof Jean Palutikof, who spent 5 years at the British Met Office preparing the UN report, Climate Change 2007: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability, admitted the existing system was flawed because "quite a lot" of information had not been peer-reviewed by independent scientists before publication.
- IPCC conclusions fail under legal cross examination
A cross examination of global warming science conducted by the University of Pennsylvania’s Institute for Law and Economics has concluded that virtually every claim advanced by global warming proponents fails to stand up to scrutiny.
- new low cost solar cell tech - dye films
solar dye film cells will be available at a projected price of 3p per kw/h, a tenth of silicon cells.
- Give Curry to sheep and save the planet
Strange but true, feeding sheep curry could save the planet...
- Solar companies receive $2 billion
Two solar companies have been awarded nearly $2 billion in Recovery Act funding for solar projects in three states.
- New Square LED's more light directional
A new LED fabrication technique produces squares of LED's that are more directional.
- Best Solar Panels for home
We look at what are the best solar panels for home use
- Climatic Modelling - the problems with getting it right
Climatic Models are being used more and more to demonstrate human induced climate change is happening; we look at the problems with this.
- Solar Power Calculator Updated
Our solar power calculator has been updated..
- Gillard is in
Julia Gillard is in as the new PM of Australia, replacing Kevin Rudd; what does this mean for the Green Agenda?
- Insulation, how much do you need?
Working out how much insulation to install can be difficult, we show you how.
- Green Home Loan Calculator
A home loan calculator that allows you to also work out what you can do to be more green, and pay off your loan quicker as well.
- Quantum dot solar cells - is this the breakthrough?
Quantum Dot Photovoltaics look to be able to double solar electricity collection efficiency. Is this enough to improve the viability of solar power to be practical to more of the community and make it sustainable green?
- Buy Green Books and Products
We now have an online facility to purchase green books and products.
- Resource Super Profit Tax is Super Stupid
We look at the Resource Super Profit tax and show why it will not work as advertised.
- Climate Change: the ice is fine
Electromagnetic survey to measure ice thickness uncovers vast areas of resilient "old" ice in the Arctic; leading researcher concludes, "Any talk about tipping points, a sudden drop and no recovery ... I don't think it is going to happen."
- Keeping Cool in Summer
Keeping cool in Summer as always a challenge, we show you how to do it whilst being green.
- Wind Power, is it really Green?
Can wind power be considering a really green alternative energy source in its own right?
- Time to comment on the IPCC
The IPCC is awaiting your feedback, tell it as it is...
- A study: The temperature rise has caused the CO2 Increase, not the other way around
Differentiating the CO2 measurements over the last thirty years produces a pattern that matches the temperature anomaly measured by satellites in extreme detail. That this correlation includes El Niño years, and shows that the temperature rise is causing the rise in CO2, rather than the other way..
- Sustainable House Day 2010 in Australia
Sustainable House Day 2010 is on for Sunday 12th September 2010, we look at how this can help you been more sustainable.
- Sustainable House and Home
Sustainable housing, we look into what you need to do to make your house more green and sustainable.
- Passive Solar
Passive Solar is often banded around as a good thing to do to make your house more green; we look at it in more detail.
- Bilderberg 2010
Bilderberg 2010, a meeting you have never heard of, full of people you have never heard of - trying to manage the world without your say..
- Rain fall and rain harvesting calculator
A new calculator that uses some publicly available rain fall data to help work out your monthly rain fall and hence collectible rain water.
- Green Directory
New Green directory service on line.
- Architects held to be "Fit For Purpose"
Trade Practices Amendment (Australian Consumer Law) Bill (No. 2) 2010 will seek to remove an exception requiring Architects and Engineers to comply to a 'Fit for Purpose' warranty. We think this is a good thing.
- The Skeptic Global Warming Conference
The Fourth International Conference on Climate Change is taking place in Chicago, Illinois.
- New Scientist, in denial on denial
New Scientist has just published a 'Age of Denial' special edition..
- Kids test with added global warming propoganda
The recent NAPLAN test in Australia has caused an outrage due to it containing an inaccurate article that pits roo meat against beef & the coal industry in terms of environmental impact.
- Is Cap and Trade really the way to care for the planet?
I reckon Cap and Trade is not the way to go..
- Is Climate Change caused by Photoshop?
We look at the images used in the media to portray climate change and find quite a few have been run through PhotoShop..
- Home Sustainability Assessment - do you really need one?
Home Sustainability Assessments, are they actually assessing your home or assessing your ability to pay for more green modifications...
- Most convinced global warming not man made
It appears that down in Australia that there is an outbreak of common sense occurring.
- Hot Water Heat Pumps - are they a rip off
We have a quick look at the cost benefits behind heating hot water using a heat pump...
- Lets the climate models tell the truth we want to see..
Climate models are just that, a model, based on assumptions and theories. Their accuracy is limited not only through the complexities of the climatic systems they model but also by the conclusions researchers want to see from them..
- More exact monthly means...
Following up with more data set pairs showing the difference in accuracy between min/max daily monthly means and taking the mean of all hourly measurements in that month..
- What exactly is a monthly mean?
A lot of climate analysis is done using the monthly mean temperature. Given that data is quite often available for hourly measurements I thought I'd have a look at whether creating a monthly mean straight off all the hourly measurements would produce a difference; initial findings indicate it does.
- Australia has a growing obesity problem
Australia has a big problem, obesity is now the #1 preventable cause of death..
- Global Warmings unscientific method
Peer review seems to be more about peer pressure when trying to publish anything that goes against the Global Warming group think.
- Australian Bureau of Meterology tweaking the climatic data?
Its seems that the Australian Bureau of Meteorology might have been tweaking the data a bit to show false warming..
- Climategate Parliamentary Inquiry in the UK, the whitewash results are in
The parliamentary inquiry into ClimateGate has just published its report, we have a look.
- heathrow expansion stopped due to climate change?
It appears that a UK judge seems to have swallowed hook line and sinker the 'settled science' of climate change and stopped Heathrow from being expanded..
- Green Environment Blog Network - a closed blog ring?
It appears that the Guardian and sites like realclimate.org have been engaging in closed content sharing ring..
- Earth Hour - the flop?
Although Earth Hour left people with a nice warm glow, did it actually make a difference...
- Climate Change caused an island, erm sand bar to disappear..
"Climate change sunk my sandbar..." hmm
- Earth Hour - lights out, minds alight
On March 27th, 115 countries will put their lights out for one hour. We discuss what this means and what you should do long term to help the environment.
- Missing, one weather station
It seems Australia is having a bit of a problem with missing weather stations.
- WWF's Amazon carbon trading cash cow
It appears the World Wildlife Fund could be on its way to securing up to $60 billion in carbon credits from 'saving' the Amazon - more like 'cashing in' on the Amazon if you ask me..
- Costs overruns for school buildings
It appears that the Australian school building program is having its fair share of 'cost overruns'..
- Climate Rage
Climate Rage - don't get mad - get even.
- The Green Web Directory is Online
Our Green Directory is up and running
- Solar Power - hidden costs
Solar power is all the rage at the moment, we had a look at some quotes and found it is not as good a deal as it looks.
- Climate Change killed my cat..
It seems that everything from Floods through to Fires through to droughts is being blamed on global warming and climate change. I think this is oversimplifying the story and ignoring local changes we have caused.
- Is keeping data private 'normal practise' in climate research?
It seems Phil Jones thinks its perfectly normal to do research and publish said research whilst withholding data.
- Yet another Climate Change department?
Seems the AU government are busy producing yet more Co2 via civil servants for climate change.
- Act on Co2 - the advert..
Ofcom in the UK is investigating a climate change advert which really takes things too far.
- Met Office proposes to make Data Set Verifiable
The UK Met Office want to put in place a collation of station data that is publicly accessible.
- Cover-More, you drink and its cover-less..
If you have Cover-More insurance, don't travel and do any drinking if you want to remain insured - thats the finding of a recent Today Tonight special.
- Is ETS a lame duck?
The Emissions Trading Scheme looks to be stuck in the Senate. Does this mean it will fail?
- A failure to insulate
It appears the Rudd governments insulation rebate scheme is beyond repair...
- Climate Change bullies?
Climate Change Scientists seem to believe they are being bulled...
- Sydney transport - oh what a fine mess!
Yet more politically motivated tweaking of the Sydney transport system..
- National Climate Change Forum response
This is in response to the National Climate Change Forum being held in Adelaide.
- What is the fuss with biochar??
Given the sudden interest in the media on biochar one would think a way of really saving the world has been discovered...
- Bush Fires and being Green, can you do both?
Given that bush fires cause a lot of destruction and environmental damage, can we manage them and be green at the same time?
- Is the Australian Stimulus package green enough?
- CA auto deal pure politics, loaded with deceptive “credits”, zero climate change impact
Guest essay by Larry Hamlin California announced an agreement with a group of automakers which claims to reduce future tailpipe emissions by increasing the mileage performance more than provisions proposed by the Trump Administration as reported in a...
- U.S. media conceal 4.5+ billion tons increase of CO2 by developing nations – push meaningless “sustainability” propaganda agenda
Guest essay by Larry Hamlin In the politically contrived climate alarmist propaganda campaign by the U.S mainstream media there is no limit to the degree of distortion, deception and dishonesty employed in attempts to conceal from the public the reality...
- Developing nations latest decade of energy & emissions growth torpedoes alarmist global emissions control scam
Guest essay by Larry Hamlin The UN has been pursuing global emissions policy for decades that are intended to provide for the establishment of global government schemes allowing it to control world emissions...
- Streaming online pornography produces as much CO2 as Belgium
From The NewScientist Technology 11 July 2019 The transmission and viewing of online videos generates 300 million tonnes of carbon dioxide a year, or nearly 1 per cent of global emissions...
- Methane emissions: don’t blame cows and camels, blame the oceans
Methane emissions are a bit of a sleeper. They are ignored (even by me) yet and cows, sheep, pigs and lamas produce a whopping 11% of the Australian national greenhouse emissions (mostly as methane and nitrous oxide). Livestock emissions are 70% of our...
- Global Man-made CO2 emissions 1965 – 2018: BP data
From edmhdotme 2018 Global CO2 emissions The following calculations and graphics are based on information on worldwide CO2 emissions published by BP in June 2019 for the period from 1965 up until the end of 2018, below...
- Study shows meal kits are more sustainable than grocery shopping
Meal kit delivery companies eliminate the weekly rush to the grocery store, making meal preparation easier than ever, but are they good for the environment? While some may dismiss these services as being wasteful, a new study reveals that they are actually...
- Consumers Energy plans renewable push for HQ; seeks ideas
The Jackson Smart Energy District aims to achieve the parent firm’s 2040 clean energy goals some 15 to 20 years earlier. Those goals include producing 40 percent of the district’s energy needs from on-site renewable sources.
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- Emissions Cap
A limit placed on
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- Emissions Leakage
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- Emissions Trading
This is an economic incentive-based alternative to command-and-control regulation. In an emissions trading program, sources of a particular pollutant (most often an air pollutant) are given permits to release a specified number of tons of the pollutant. The government issues only a limited number of permits consistent with the desired level of emissions. The owners of the permits may keep them and release the pollutants, or reduce their emissions and sell the permits. The fact that the permits have value as an item to be sold or traded gives the owner an incentive to reduce their emissions.
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- Emissions Trading
Emissions trading or cap and trade is usually a government-mandated, market-based approach to controlling pollution by providing economic incentives for achieving reductions in the emissions of pollutants.
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if on an Android phone.