Posts Tagged "Thanksgiving “Energy consumption” “Carbon pricing”"

Is Kyoto about more than refrigerants in China?

In the midst of shipping a few thousand TerraPasses during the holidays, we had a wonderful read of Keith Bradsher's New York Times article on the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), a feature of the Kyoto Protocol that allows polluters to fund emissions reduction projects in the developing world. Bradsher paints a troubling picture of some of these projects as obscenely… read more →

Giving thanks

Sometimes someone says something you wish you had said yourself, so I'm going to quote liberally here from the always insightful Energy Outlook blog: The feature article in last Sunday's Washington Post Magazine struck me as a perfect pre-Thanksgiving topic. It described an environmentally-based "intentional community" called Easthaven, in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. Its members practice a… read more →


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