Category Archives: Carbon trading

Revisiting the scare about carbon pollution–yes, ninny, you exhale CO2 at 40,000 PPM

In the ambient air CO2 (carbon dioxide, a non toxic, invisible odorless gas) is around 400 PPM by volume, which is 0.04% by volume.

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Lenar Whitney speaks truth to crazy

I get a belly full of enviro nonsense.

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Carbon reductions aren’t that hard says Gina airhead

So taking out a good share of the grid isn’t that hard?

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Northeast on a low carbon diet, or does it have cancer?

Sierra Rayne performs a complex economic analysis/comparison on Northeastern Carbon trends. He hit on something.

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Chrysler/Fiat’s CEO: Please don’t buy Fiat 500e electric car

It seems Sergio Marchionne either didn’t get the memo, or won’t play along. He’s right up there explaining that his company loses $14,000 on each electric 500e they sell

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Aussies show some sense

Dumping enviro projects right and left.

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NY Times reporter believes in underground carbon sequestration

In an otherwise reasonable summary of some proposed major changes being suggested by the NYS Public Service Commission in how electrical utilities and their grids would operate, the reporter adds this unattributed cautionary note:
“Burning natural gas in thousands of locations would make it almost impossible to capture carbon from power plants and pump it underground to avoid worsening climate change.”
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