NewEnergyNews: THE CLIMATE CHANGE BATTLE IS SLOWLY TURNING

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    Saturday, December 06, 2014

    THE CLIMATE CHANGE BATTLE IS SLOWLY TURNING

    How the World Can Fight Global Warming No Matter What Happens in Lima

    David Biello, December 2, 2014 (Scientific American)

    “Imagine if the world’s two largest polluters unilaterally decide to cut emissions of carbon dioxide…[And] a major developing country admits that future growth will have to be balanced with CO2 pollution limits…[And] an industrialized nation takes responsibility for the layer of greenhouse gases it has already added to the atmosphere…[And] alternatives to burning fossil fuels to generate electricity or propel vehicles get cheap and begin to be deployed at significant scale. The clearing and cutting of the world’s forests slows. Even farmers who don’t particularly believe in climate change begin to take steps to restore carbon to depleted soils to boost fertility…[T]hat’s exactly what is happening in the world right now…No matter what comes out of the traveling circus known as the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Lima, Peru over the next few weeks, nations are taking action to curb global warming on their own… [I]t’s not all good news. Japan’s pollution has risen anew thanks to the shutdown of nuclear reactors in the wake of the Fukushima meltdowns. Canada has repudiated its commitments under the Kyoto Protocol…And Australia has seen its pollution swell with the repeal of its carbon tax…Decades of delay mean hopes of restraining global warming to less than 2 degrees Celsius or limiting CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere to less than 450 parts-per-million may seem a little unrealistic…Yet, there is still hope…” click here for more

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