U.K. Seen Able to Cut 75% of Power Market Climate Impact by 2030

October 21, 2015 | Carbon Emissions
The U.K. can cut three quarters of the carbon emissions it's producing from making electricity without driving up bills too much by deploying more ... ...read more
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Lawmakers spar in hearing over auto safety proposals

October 21, 2015 | Carbon Emissions
For example, “the bill would give automakers a break from health-based carbon emissions standards, in exchange for adding safety features that are ... ...read more
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Kentuckians for the Commonwealth compiling 'people's plan' to cut carbon pollution

October 21, 2015 | Carbon Emissions
The goal is to come up with a plan that would satisfy a requirement from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for states to cut emissions of carbon ... ...read more
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Republicans defend carbon credits as incentive for auto safety

October 21, 2015 | Carbon Emissions
Under U.S. Environmental Protection Agency rules, automakers must reduce carbon dioxide emissions for cars and light trucks to 163 grams per mile ... ...read more
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October 21st 2015

October 21, 2015 | Carbon Emissions
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Climate models may be wrong as fires cancel forest carbon sinks

October 21, 2015 | Carbon Emissions
On top of this, the country has lost about a quarter of its streamflow over the past 30 years, as plants given an extra boost by our carbon emissions are ... ...read more
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Dan Walters: Governor is playing games with transportation, emissions numbers

October 21, 2015 | Carbon Emissions
That, unfortunately, is not the only example of how the Brown administration is massaging transportation and carbon emission numbers. ...read more
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IEA sees energy sector emission down to a 'crawl' by 2030

October 21, 2015 | Carbon Emissions
Energy sector emissions account for two-thirds of total global carbon footprint growth. The IEA outlook outlines the energy sector implications of ... ...read more
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When cheap oil's no good anymore

October 21, 2015 | Carbon Emissions
That is the concept of "intended nationally determined contributions" (INDCs) to a global carbon emissions reduction budget, which commit but don't ... ...read more
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October 21, 2015 | Carbon Emissions
IN THE 1930s Albert Einstein was greatly troubled by a phenomenon that emerged from quantum theory. Entanglement, as it is called, forever intertwines the fates of objects such as subatomic particles, regardless of their separation. If you measure, say, “up” for the spin of one photon from an entangled pair, the theory suggests that the spin of the other, measured an instant later, will surely be “down”—even if the two are on opposite s
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