IPCC: We CAN Cut Carbon Greatly, Fast – If We Accept the Need to Do So says their report, writes Gerard Wynn at Responding To Climate Change. From individuals to societies, people tend to think more about the certainty of surviving today (can I pay the rent?), rather than the uncertainties of longterm survival, making it difficult to focus action on climate change. People have to understand that investing in carbon emission cuts means big savings in the future if we don’t delay.
OO UN Panel Looks to Renewables As the Key to Stabilizing Climate
OO Cutting CO2 Emissions Saves Money, Says UN Climate Panel
OO US Carbon Emissions Down 10% Since 2005, Says EPA
OO UN Touts Ambitious (But Cheap) Investment In Renewable Energy
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