Category: Misguided

Ending subsidies for oil and coal corporations?

What about suppressing the much talked-about subsidies granted to oil and coal corporations? Suppressing subsidies will pressure oil and coal corporations to raise their sales prices in order to earn the same income, and...

Complementary batteries needed

Complementary batteries are needed for an all-electric solar and wind solution for two reasons. -For electricity storage to compensate intermittent solar and wind. -For energy vector for mobile devices (car, chainsaw…) not permanently connected...

We are aging more than having babies

Some believe that controlling population by controlling the birth rate, with family planning could solve the pressure of too many of us on mother nature. The problem is: most of population growth doesn’t come...

Solar and wind are not cheap!

Solar and wind are among the renewable-energy sources of the future. They rely on endless and free supply of energy: sunlight and wind. Why not expanding such energy sources? Some believe that the greedy...

Sharp drop of consumption

Living like monks won’t work, because a drop of consumption would slow down the economy, destroy jobs, and increase inequality, especially with the younger generation, unable to get an entry job to learn basic...

Population growth and agriculture

There is no population bomb as the number of new babies is stable around the world. There is rather an ageing population, leading to 11 billions by the end of the century, with the...

Green high-tech for rich and poor countries

Developing new green tech or new green infrastructure is expensive, more expensive than digging for coal or gas. Rich countries already saturated the skies with GHG emissions and can’t just prevent poor countries to...

Loose rules on corporations

Lenient rules of energy-efficiency or carbon taxation on corporations would not have much effect. Such new norms of energy regulations could be enforced, but their inherent costs would simply passed on to consumers, as...

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