Tuesday, January 03, 2012

Science is Not Enough: How to Make Climate and Sustainability Cool Again

[1+ hour video] Join us as Professor Sesno explores the deepening skepticism around climate science and the new roles that universities, media, and the concerned public must play if we are to move from stalemate to solutions.

Hot Air Rises But Carbon Markets Fall :: The Market Oracle :: Financial Markets Analysis & Forecasting Free Website

More critical to survival of the hot air gravy train, global turnover in carbon paper hit about $35 billion in 2009 but since that high point has continued to fall - in part due to European players being unable to stop printing more paper, then panicking when its unit price crashes. The Durban talks offered no way out for the extreme European stance - described off record by a senior Indian negotiator as "hypocritical, naive and aggressive" - making it at least possible, even probable the European-initiated carbon paper market will implode to nothing, and be abandoned, this year.

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Then it really would be a Happy New Year.