International Energy Agency: World Failing at Sustainable Energy
The world is failing to move towards a more sustainable path for energy, as it continues its addiction to fossil fuels in the wake of undeniable climate change and growing water scarcity, according to an analysis from the International Energy Agency .Read more
#1 Nov 12, 2012
The problem: the US is quitting coal but everyone else is burning more of the shit, and we're selling it to them.
#2 Nov 16, 2012
"This continued reliance on fossil fuels is supported by increasing subsidies."
Who elects the clowns that continue to do this?
Grant Schreiber commented:"We are so far beyond the point of talk. We either need dramatic, drastic action, or we should work on a mass grave."
So, Grant how much solar PV have you installed on your home?, Solar Hot Water? Wind, micro-hydro? Any energy efficiency additions to your home? More insulation, double, tripple pane windows? How about just replacing appliances with energy star rated appliances? LED lighting in areas that the lights are used often? What have YOU DONE besides buy a shovel?
#3 Nov 17, 2012
Its said that in 2020 we will be the largest oil producer in the world. Oil prices will continue to rise ask the wto.
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