The African continent has a lot to lose with regards to future climate change. The twisted irony is that many of these countries are not major contributors to global emissions. However, this cannot be said of South Africa which, at roughly 500 MtCO2e/year, contributes 40% of the continent’s greenhouse gas.… read more
CCS in Poland and Germany
Both Poland and Germany could greatly reduce GHG emissions with the use of CCS technology. However, political and financial barriers will inhibit the deployment of CCS. Keep reading if you’d like to find out what those barriers are, and recommendations for overcoming them!
Courts Rule in Favor of Tighter EPA Standards
In a major victory for the Obama Administration, the Supreme Court has issued a series of landmark decisions on several EPA standards which will determine the future of the U.S. energy production sector. In June 2013, President Barack Obama outlined his Climate Action Plan calling for aggressive legislation to limit… read more