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Karbondioksit oranı kritik sınırı aştı

Karbondioksit oranı kritik sınırı aştı | "3e" | Energy - Ecology - Economy | Scoop.it
Atmosferdeki karbondioksit seviyesi tarihte ilk kez milyonda 400 birime ulaşarak, önemli bir sınırı geride bıraktı.
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Matthew Stepp: "The Globalist Debate: The Dangerous Appeal of China's Green Mercantilism"

Matthew Stepp: "The Globalist Debate: The Dangerous Appeal of China's Green Mercantilism" | "3e" | Energy - Ecology - Economy | Scoop.it
Is China's purported innovation in green technology real or is it largely a scaling up of current inferior technologies?
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EnerjiEkolojiEkonomi (EnerEkolEkon) on Twitter

EnerjiEkolojiEkonomi (EnerEkolEkon) on Twitter | "3e" | Energy - Ecology - Economy | Scoop.it
The latest from EnerjiEkolojiEkonomi (@EnerEkolEkon). 3e = Enerji + Ekoloji + Ekonomi [ Energy + Ecology + Economy ]. Türkiye [ Turkey ]
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EU sees itself as 'role model' for global environment, anti-poverty talks

EU sees itself as 'role model' for global environment, anti-poverty talks | "3e" | Energy - Ecology - Economy | Scoop.it
The European Commission on Wednesday (27 February) called for merging the
fight against poverty and environmental protection into a single framework
for the future, casting itself as the “role model” for the rest of the
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NEW BOOK: Dieter Helm, "The Carbon Crunch", Yale University Press

NEW BOOK: Dieter Helm, "The Carbon Crunch", Yale University Press | "3e" | Energy - Ecology - Economy | Scoop.it

Despite commitments to renewable energy and two decades of international negotiations, global emissions continue to rise. Coal, the most damaging of all fossil fuels, has actually risen from 25 per cent to almost 30 per cent of world energy use. And while European countries have congratulated themselves on reducing emissions, they have increased their carbon imports from China and other developing nations, who continue to expand their coal use. As standards of living increase in developing countries, coal use can only increase as well - and global temperatures along with it. In this hard-hitting book, Dieter Helm looks at how and why we have failed to tackle the issue of global warming and argues for a new, pragmatic rethinking of energy policy - from transitioning from coal to gas and eventually to electrification of transport, to carbon pricing and a focus on new technologies. Lucid, compelling and rigorously researched, this book will have a lasting impact on how we think about climate change.

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