BECAUSE the increase in the concentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide has correlated with an increase in the use of fossil fuels, causation has been assumed. Tom Quirk has tested this assumption including through an analysis of the time delay … [Read more...] about The Available Evidence Does Not Support Fossil Fuels as the Source of Increasing Concentrations of Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide (Part 1)
Archives for March 2009
City folk, on average, emit less carbon dioxide than their country cousins. Read more here. … [Read more...] about Lowest Carbon Emitters in Bigger Cities
A world tariff war driven by Europe and the US over greenhouse gas emissions is likely unless there is a strong global agreement to prevent climate change. Read more here. … [Read more...] about Cost of Carbon Could Create Tariff War
The money issue, Mr den Blanken said, had overshadowed other elements of the meeting’s final communiqué that environmentalists should applaud – including a commitment to create a global carbon trading market. Read more here. … [Read more...] about From Brussels, Without Money
A shake-up in the way the "boom and bust" carbon markets are working in Europe is being urged ahead of tomorrow's auction of new emission certificates by the UK government. Read more here. … [Read more...] about Need Floor-Price for Carbon?
THE catastrophic bushfires in Victoria this year, and the other great fires of recent years in Victoria, New South Wales, the ACT and South Australia are dramatic expressions not just of killing forces unleashed, but of human folly... I am well … [Read more...] about Victorian Bushfires: The Result of Human Folly