Author: Vincent Lannoye

Clean fuels for transport

In Short Transport by planes, boats, trains, trucks and cars must run on clean fuels. A Few Details To comply with a green transition, corporations and consumers will have a few goals: -Redesigning all...

Markets to scale up and save the day?

In Short Some hope that markets will scale up, drop prices, sell more, scale up even more, and finally create a virtuous circle that would undercut rapidly fossil fuels. After all, wind and solar...

COP21: compensations for poor countries

In Short COP21 must consider the past GHG emissions from the richest countries. A Few Details For rich countries, it is only a promise to curb national GHG emissions. For poor countries, it is...

COP21 is not a solution

In Short COP21 is not a solution. For rich countries, it is only a promise to curb national GHG emissions. For poor countries, it is a set of compensations and technology transfers to build...

Buyers must choose green products

In Short Too many buyers still chose gasoline cars over hybrid or electric vehicles. A Few Details Will the struggling low-income middle class buy all-electric tech as it becomes competitive? Or will they stick...

Ending subsidies for oil and coal corporations?

In Short What about suppressing the much talked-about subsidies granted to oil and coal corporations? A Few Details What are these subsidies? Some obscure civil servants of the IMF put subsidies at 6.5% of...

Agriculture to cut its emissions

In Short Agriculture is aiming at better methods and new technologies to cut its own emissions. A Few Details Use of fertilizers could be reduced by better management preventing washing away from rains. New...

Demand for lower-emission food

In Short Eating habits have only recently started to change in different ways. A Few Details Reducing emissions must involve: -Consume meat vegetal substitutes, as meat calories emits much more GHG than vegetables calories....

Agriculture is acknowledging its emissions

In Short Agriculture is researching ways to cut down its CO2 and methane emissions. A Few Details New methods and technologies are being developed to grow food with less carbon dioxide or methane emissions....

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