Category: Barriers

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...

Carbon border tax adjustments

In Short Carbon border tax adjustments are required to prevent dirty foreign competition from beating courageous domestic corporations going green. It could lead to foreign custom toll retaliations. A Few Details COP21 was suppose...

Energy-efficiency… for 2050

In Short Energy-efficiency short-term targets have been discuss in a previous section. A Few Details Some governments have announced full phasing out by 2030 or 2050, depending of the dirty product type (e.g., gasoline...

Few energy-efficiency regulations

In Short Energy-efficiency for hydrocarbon burned for production cycle and for output devices could go further for cars (i.e., MPG) or for light bulbs (i.e., lumens per watt). Emission-efficiency regulations could also target oil and...

Burgeoning green mass market?

In Short Despite the help from subsidies, prices have not yet gone down enough to create a mass market, aside from niche products for the green elites (e.g., Tesla cars or solar panels for...

Subsidies to nurture a green market

In Short Subsidies are intended to accelerate the spread of green products into markets in two ways: A Few Details No one should thank the government for a tax break or a subsidy compensating...

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