Thursday, October 13, 2016

Why nation-by-nation carbon emission stats are misleading

Reporting Climate Science: "It should also be noted that imports and exports of energy products have an impact on CO2 emissions in the country where fossil fuels are burned: for example if coal is imported this leads to an increase in emissions, while if electricity is imported, it has no direct effect on emissions in the importing country, as these would be reported in the exporting country where it is produced."

Sunday, October 9, 2016

Carbon capture and storage a costly, risky distraction

Greenpeace International: "To actually deliver reductions, the emissions captured and injected must stay underground permanently. If leaked back into the atmosphere, they would only make climate change worse and threaten people and animals."