Tuesday, July 30, 2013


GHG Plan Could Cost ‘Less than 0.5% of Total Airline Revenue’
The aviation industry can achieve its goal of carbon-neutral growth from 2020 by tapping into the available supply of carbon credits at a cost to the industry as low as $4 per metric ton of CO2, according to analysis published today from Bloomberg New Energy Finance and Environmental Defense Fund (EDF).  [So how many hurricanes will this scheme prevent?]
Connecticut Officials Warn Of Dire Climate Change Consequences
Cold water streams could become warm
Showtime Signs 'Dexter' Showrunner For 2 Year Contract - Speakeasy - WSJ
James Cameron, Jerry Weintraub and Arnold Schwarzenegger are coming together for “Years of Living Dangerously,” a documentary on global warming that also features Matt Damon, Ian Somerhalder, Michael C. Hall Don Cheadle and America Ferrera, to name a few.

“We know how to create noise off our air, we know how to make noise,” said Nevins. “‘Years of Living Dangerously’ has giant size to it. We’re spending a lot of money, it is going to feel like Jim Cameron’s eyes. It is a big action movie style production with great human stories,” he added.
McCarthy sees climate change as both economic, environmental issue - Oil & Gas Journal
“We need to feed the economic agenda of this country,” she told an audience at Harvard Law School in Cambridge, Mass., on July 30.

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