It’s why we have to reduce demand as well, with radical efficiency. It’s really warm in Europe and parts of North America this winter, so… Read More »“Gasmaggedon” will make it even harder to electrify everything
As it turns out, personal energy choices can be contagious. Sometimes trying to make a difference feels like such an uphill battle. You take your… Read More »Why choosing solar panels or a hybrid car has more impact than you think
Or is it all a big political show? I feel sorry for Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. He spent C$4.5 billion buying the Trans Mountain… Read More »Is Canada’s Justin Trudeau a climate hypocrite?
Instead of flaring off gas, they are burning it to run computers that mine bitcoins. Is this any better? TreeHugger has often complained about the… Read More »The the gas bubble is feeding the speculative Bitcoin bubble
There is a real footprint to all those baby pictures and Netflix binges. If we TreeHuggers really practice what we preach, we may have to… Read More »Data storage could soon be 8 percent of the world’s energy use.
New technology might actually pull hydrogen out of the Alberta tar sands and leave the carbon behind. This TreeHugger has long been skeptical of hydrogen,… Read More »Does hydrogen have a role to play in a clean-energy future?
Another reason to electrify everything. After writing a recent post about a UK pilot project which mixes “green” hydrogen with natural gas, a number of… Read More »We don’t have an energy problem, we have an exergy problem
So many flavors and colors of gas these days. They are all problematic. There is so much hype about hydrogen these days, particularly in the… Read More »UK pilot project mixes “green” hydrogen with natural gas
The play bombed in Oxbow for promoting a green agenda. The Beaverton titles its parody Saskatchewan school Christmas pageant replaces Baby Jesus with barrel of… Read More »School board apologizes for “Santa Goes Green” concert in oil patch
Imagine a bucket of greenhouse gases that’s almost full. In a recent post I tried to explain why cutting emissions before 2030 was so important:… Read More »Here’s a good analogy for the carbon budget problem