Moving Beyond Corporate Average Fuel Economy

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State of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme

By Roger Pielke, Jr. – The fact that the EU Emissions Trading Scheme has fallen short of expectations has much more to do with unrealistic expectations than it does with a surprising decision by the European parliament.  » Continue…

Climate Change: New Report Offers Principles for Managing the Arctic

By Frances Beinecke – The Arctic is changing rapidly. Rising temperatures are heating the region twice as fast as the rest of the planet, and scientists predict the Arctic will be ice-free in our lifetime. Many Alaska residents are scrambling to adjust. Native Alaskan villages have had to relocate because of rising seas.  » Continue…

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Study finds cities could save billions of dollars by investing in resilience

xDamages caused by extreme weather phenomena are increasing around the globe. In 2012, the costs of such damages totaled approximately US$160 billion worldwide. With dense populations, cities are particularly vulnerable to natural hazards.  » Continue…

Election in British Columbia Has Global Energy Implications

By Kevin Grandia – With the third largest proven reserves of oil in the world, there has been a major push to expand pipeline capacity to Canada’s coasts and on one of those coasts there is an election underway.  » Continue…

Moving Beyond Corporate Average Fuel Economy

By Gal Sitty – Recent announcements by Ford and GM show that the giants of American auto manufacturing are investing in various approaches to meet the federal government’s stringent new fuel economy standards.  » Continue…

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