Monday, December 13, 2010

Popular 1,000 References of Global Cooling

Silence on Kyoto mars carbon credit biz | Deccan Chronicle | 2010-12-14
Mumbai, Dec. 13: The silence at Cancun on the future of the Kyoto Protocol has cast a cloud of uncertainty over the emission trading business (carbon credits) in India.
Tasha Kheiriddin: Adios Cancun: climate change is not a ballot question | Full Comment | National Post
The bottom line: countries cope with changing climates far better with deep pockets than with empty ones. And as long as voters have trouble filling theirs, climate change is going to take a back seat on the electoral agenda. The Canadian government should stay the course, and not be deterred by the naysayers.
Lawrence Solomon: Carbon burial scheme goes under | FP Comment | Financial Post
The UK’s first commercial scale CCS facility – a plant at a colliery in Yorkshire that would capture carbon and then pump it for burial in old gas-wells under the North Sea – has itself gone under after failing to raise the £635 million needed to fund its construction.
Lawrence Solomon: How to renege on egregious green contracts | FP Comment | Financial Post
Risk-free contracts pay up to 20 times market value

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