Category: Missing parts

Buyers must choose green products

Too many buyers chose SUV over hybrid or electric vehicles, for example. Le’ts investigate, discuss, try and buy new all-electric tech! Neighbors will follow, as already observed in some areas! Will it go viral...

Investors must fund green ventures

Investors should desinvest from passive corporations to pressure their boards of directors, and they should fund greener corporations and green-tech instead. It’s happening slowly, due to lack of clarity about green accounting. New guidelines...

Not a punishing carbon tax

Not taxing carbon, but untaxing green! As a reminder: green is taxed, heavily taxed, from wages of green workers to profit of green corporations. The goal is to make green products cheaper than hydrocarbon...

Alternative power plants and fuels

Experimental technologies could provide clean energy if batteries are too expensive to compensate for intermittent solar and wind energy. -Nuclear Generation IV or nuclear Fusion could soon fuel power plants to mass-produce electricity, even...

New battery tech

The main technology blocker is the current expensive batteries that raise the cost of electricity storage for car building or for dealing with intermittent wind and solar energies. Also, current batteries require rare components...

A carbon pricing reducing inequalities

To be successful, a carbon scheme must reduce inequality, not just maintain the status quo. Otherwise, it won’t get a majority support, or it would crush the minority already struggling. Easier said than done?...

Unclear public pressure for green actions

Pressure for climate change action is ranking low, but has been climbing in the past few years. People started recently to manifest in the street for action… often without clear plan. It results in...

Negative GHG emissions

If GHG emissions can’t be limited fast enough, technologies for backup plans are being developed. They range in two categories: CO2 absorption from the atmosphere such as: -Reforestation of deserts with limited watering. -Growing...

Technological breakthroughs needed

As the regulation-taxation approach has been slow to curb GHG emissions, some hope that technology ventures will save the day. Green products must progress technologically to be: -cheaper than gas and coal, even way...

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