Quite a few people in the climate field have been showing interest in Project Drawdown and the Project’s anticipated 2017 book (and database) covering the 100 ways to best “draw-down” greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. The list is detailed and includes more than “pure” climate issues—for example, it includes education of girls. There’s nothing fundamentally […]
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While at a conference last year organized to honor climate science pioneer Steve Schneider, I brought up the “high hurdles” facing any successful response to climate change. The pushback from eminent members of the climate community surprised me. They argued that climate change isn’t hard to solve at all. All we have to do is […]
This blog post was originally published by Dr. Mark C. Trexler in Greenbiz.com on November 15, 2012. The perceived economics of climate change mitigation continue to be a key barrier to aggressive climate policy. With that in mind, I read with great interest a recent report written for Oregon’s Department of Energy by the Center […]