Today, 42 countries and 25 sub-national jurisdictions, which together produce about a quarter of global carbon emissions, either operate under or plan to impose a carbon pricing program. Unfortunately, the policy has not shown significant results in reducing global carbon emissions.
Report Title: The Conservative Case for Carbon Dividends (United States, Republican Party) A little bit about the author: By CL Council (2017) by James A. Baker III, Martin Feldstein, Ted Halstead, N. Gregory Mankiw, Henry M. Paulson Jr., George P…. Read More ›
You can read the original articles from Wired from the link below. The Dirty Secret of the World’s Plan to Avert Climate Disaster In climate science, 2°C has actually become a magic number. It is the accepted threshold below which… Read More ›
Time is running out for implementing policies to mitigate climate change. Denial has caused decades of delay. Policy makers must take bold steps to lower carbon emissions immediately. In 2015, the global economy expanded while carbon emissions shrunk, proving that… Read More ›
Heat trapping Carbon dioxide causes our global warming issues by rising temperatures and ocean acidification. Summer heat waves and flood-inducing storms fit the pattern of climate change. And as the melting of polar ice accelerates the rising of sea levels…. Read More ›
Professional scientific inquiry process is based on checks and balances which evolves over the centuries. Scientist build their reputations by discovering new things based on reproducible evidence which shall withstands their peers’ informed and rigorous scrutiny. Overcoming ‘good faith skepticism’… Read More ›