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    Viable carbon free energy
    Posted on Wednesday, July 06, 2005 @ 20:46:44 GMT by vlad

    General ...The US emphasis on technology in fighting climate change has received backing from an unexpected quarter in London. While reiterating support for a carbon tax, which is anathema to Washington, the committee on economic affairs of the House of Lords said the world's most industrialised nations should tackle climate change by investing up to $400bn on developing new energy sources, equivalent to what the US spent on the Apollo moon landings.

    "While the Kyoto protocol should, in principle, encourage technological change, we are not convinced that it has sufficient focus on this central issue," said the committee of the upper chamber of the British parliament.

    "We argue that the present 'more of the same' approach, relying exclusively on targets for emissions reductions, may not tackle the global warming threat."

    The report cites estimates from the International Energy Agency that $400bn expenditure would be needed if carbon-free energy was to become economically viable through alternative energy sources such as solar photovoltaics, biomass and carbon sequestration.

    Source: http://news.ft.com/cms/s/a07f59b6-edbb-11d9-9ff5-00000e2511c8.html



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    Re: Viable carbon free energy (Score: 1)
    by malc on Thursday, July 07, 2005 @ 00:18:51 GMT
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    IF (big if) an alternate non polluting energy source was developed within the next 10-20 years this still doesn't address the problem of global warming. There is already a couple of decades of warming in the system and that assumes ZERO co2 increase from today ! If we assume the US continues with its attitude and thus results in most other nations being less aggressive in their pursit of cleaner technologies plus the vast increase from China and India....kiss your ass goodbye even if we zerod everything in 2020. You have to both reduce emissions and develop new technology now.

    There is a trend in the estimates for global change which is that all estimates to date have seriously underestimated the magnitude of the change. Even the previous adjustments have to be adjusted even more. It's scary stuff if you take the time to investigate.

    I don't believe anything will happen until crop failure, water shortage and weather disruption becomes so bleedin obvious by just walking down the street. By then it's too late.

    The world will change and survival will depend on where you are and adaptation to change with water and food sources being critical.


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