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Gas Serra, livello medio degli Oceani e temperatura globale: secondo il WMO è ... - Meteo Giornale

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Dal 1750 al 2010 è esplosa la concentrazione di gas serra (alcuni mai visti prima) nella troposfera

Dal 1750 al 2010 è esplosa la concentrazione di gas serra (alcuni mai visti prima) nella troposfera | Offset your carbon footprint | Scoop.it
Le radiazioni solari (sotto forma di calore) che ogni giorno attraversano l’atmosfera terrestre vanno a scaldare la superficie terrestre, ma poi vengono riflesse via nello spazio. Una parte di ques...
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Norway Investments in Renewable Energy 'Could Change the World'

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Brandon Baker With more than $750 billion of holdings in its sovereign wealth fund, Norway is on the brink of potentially making renewable energy investments around the world.

Erna Solberg, who will be named Norway’s second female prime minister, has already heard proposals from her government to use sovereign wealth fund money to invest in sustainable companies and projects in developing countries, Climate News Network reported today. Leader of the conservative party, Solberg won the election in September.
She hasn’t publicly discussed the specific companies and projects the country might invest in, but there are already high hopes.
“If Norway actually does this, it will be an unprecedented shift in the global investment community and also for tangible action on climate change,” said Samantha Smith, head of the global climate and energy initiative at the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
Financial analysts predict that other nations will follow Norway’s lead and also invest in renewable energy projects. Pension funds in Denmark and the Netherlands already support the renewables sector.

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Marc Kneepkens's curator insight, October 15, 2013 1:01 PM

At least some countries have positive balances and know very well what to do with the extra money!

Organic Social Media's curator insight, October 18, 2013 6:58 AM

Brandon Baker With more than $750 billion of holdings in its sovereign wealth fund, Norway is on the brink of potentially making renewable energy investments around the world.

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An example to conscient and wealthy govenments...

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Green energy: Sewage, biomass and gas from willows - Beacon News

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What if there was an environmentally friendly way to solve sewage problems for Canadian towns, villages and hamlets, and in process generate green energy?

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Small towns and villages need a natural, cost-effective way to treat sewage – and create #greenenergy #sustainability
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Infographic: Carbon Markets of the World

Dozens of countries, regions, and cities have launched carbon markets or plan to launch them as a way to drive down greenhouse gas emissions. These are the markets existing now or coming soon and the percentage of greenhouse gas emissions each covers..


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Carbon market in the world to drive down greenhouse gas emissions

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