Monday, November 25, 2013


Change Of Wording Lets Emerging Nations Off The Hook Over CO2 Emissions | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)
Loopholes in a UN agreement on climate change will allow China, India and other emerging economies to delay setting any targets to cut their overall emissions.
Carbon capture aids environment, but feasibility a barrier - The Denver Post
Now, the federal government wants power plants to capture the carbon dioxide released from burning coal. The problem: There isn't a viable technology to do it.
Sweden: Medics call for ban on studded winter tires | Alaska Dispatch
The researchers wrote that according to investigations in Norway, the use of studded tires does not increase road safety, and they argued that on environmental grounds, the tires greatly increase the amount of harmful particles in the air, leading to an increase in cardiac, vascular and pulmonary diseases.

“In big cities these particles kill far more people than traffic fatalities,” they write.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Show us a body.