Fossil

19 Feb 19
newmobility.news

Limbourg climate company, Nuhma, and energy provider, RWE, want to connect the Dutch gas power plant in Maasbracht (the Netherlands) with the Belgian electricity grid. This way a blackout can be avoided when there is a lack of electricity in Belgium. Clauscentrale The Dutch Essent used to exploit the huge gas power plant, called Clauscentrale. […]

19 Feb 19
weltraumarchaeologie

Fußabdrücke in Stein nun auch in Saudi – Arabien….. weltraumaracheologie – spacearchaeology 02. 2019 Warum überraschen uns von „weltraumarchaeologie“ derartige Funde nicht sonderlich? Nun, weil sie weltweit gefunden wie mit unterschiedlichen Altersangaben versehen werden,. Meist jedoch aufgrund der geologischen Gegebenheiten dieser Versteinerungen, die auf ein Alter hinweisen, das in Zeiten reicht, wo es offiziell keine […]

19 Feb 19
Market Research Future

19th February 2019: Global Thermoplastic Vulcanizates (TPV) Market is expected to reach USD 1.87 billion by 2020. The increasing demand for high performance and lightweight materials in the automotive sector is likely to have a positive impact on the growth of the product market. The change in preferences from metals to lightweight materials for improving […]

19 Feb 19

Medact

Healthcare workers call on doctor MPs to back Divest Parliament Over 90 healthcare workers from across the UK have signed an open letter calling on doctor MPs Matthew Offord, Phillip Lee, Caroline Johnson and Andrew Murrison to sign the Divest Parliament Pledge. To date, over 220 cross-party MPs have backed the campaign to divest their […]

19 Feb 19
Mayuri blog

Global Physical Security Market: Snapshot The global physical security market is expected to rise significantly owing to the rising terror activities and crimes that have increased the demand for these solutions. The major concern of the physical security is to protect and prevent unforeseen incidence and provide better security to the people and property. Globally, the demand […]

19 Feb 19

The readership and impact of the Climate Policy Journal continued to grow in 2018, with article downloads reaching over 180,000. See below to read the 10 most downloaded papers, and check out our website for the latest download figures!   Title Authors Number of Downloads 1 Carbon pricing in practice: a review of existing emissions […]

19 Feb 19
Sapere Aude

Hi! A couple of weeks ago, I made a blog post about my preparation for a 2 months research exchange program in Japan. If you are interested, you may read it in the following link: Japan! Part 1: Before Departure In this post, I am going to continue the story, particularly focusing on all the fun, […]

19 Feb 19
Energy Institute blog

As the Energy Institute (EI) becomes a supporting organisation to the Methane Guiding Principles, Chief Executive Louise Kingham OBE FEI explains why she wants to see CH4 discussed alongside CO2 at next week’s IP Week conference. Two trends are rushing headlong in opposite directions. Greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise. Despite the promise of Paris, […]

19 Feb 19
NZ Green Party History

Greens Co-leader Jeanette Fitzsimons made the following speech to the Green Party special conference that was called to decide whether or not the Greens would remain in the Alliance: Earlier this year we celebrated the first 25 years of Green politics in NZ and the world. Today we reach another milestone. We entered the Alliance […]

19 Feb 19
Gill Barnes Stories

Dear Youtube, Social Media, and the internet in general. Let me get these conspiracies straight: The earth is not as old as we have been led to believe. Or it is much older, depending on the video being watched. There were many types of early humans, who existed at the same time as the dinosaurs. […]

19 Feb 19
basiccauses

The vast majority of nations in the world understand the urgency of climate solutions. We already have worse hurricanes, new flooding, forest fires, glaciers and polar caps melting, sea levels rising, etc. The city of Venice, Italy is already sinking and flooding due to climate factors. Major USA coastal cities and most of Florida will […]

19 Feb 19
To Middle Earth and Beyond

It was with a great deal of sadness that we left Oamuru and continued south on Wendy’s Off-Map adventure. Highway 1 leads all the way from Oamuru to our next destination Dunedin where we had managed to get some accommodation at the romantically named Dunedin Motel and Villas. We couldn’t wait! However, that would be […]

19 Feb 19
The Drauz-Macduff Blog

From our campervan on an O’Connor campsite we contemplate the capital. Canberra is the East Kilbride of the Southern Hemisphere – which makes sense to Scots familiar with “roundabout city EK” – a purpose built city with lots of roundabouts. Our first day there coincided with Valentine’s Day, so we did the romantic thing … […]

19 Feb 19
O Society

by David Atkins Washington Monthly Feb 17, 2019 When the Japanese attacked American forces on Pearl Harbor in 1941, America responded with a historic mobilization of physical and economic resources to overcome the threat of global fascism. In addition to over 400,000 American dead, the United States spent over $4 trillion in today’s dollars and reoriented entire […]