Climate Change: Technology and Policy
Kelly Rigg: Invoking FDR: Where is the Leadership on Climate Change? – Huffington Post Green
I couldn’t agree more with this post by Kelly Rigg, who is the Executive Director of Global Campaign for Climate Action (GCCA)
Tackling Climate Change: Carbon Capture and Storage – The Economist
A video on how Norway is testing carbon capture and storage
Republicans’ Weather Watch – Green Blog at the New York Times
I know, I know, that no one weather event is evidence for climate change, but the irony is just too evident to not point out. Hurricane Isaac is heading for the Republican Convention. End of punch-line.
Study: Carbon tax could raise $1.5 trillion – The Hill E2 Wire
Think of all the other things we could fund!
Clean Energy Funding: Truth v Truthiness – The Inspired Economist
Parsing Mitt Romney’s position on clean energy funding
Bill Gates Backed Liquid Metal Battery is Now Ambri – GigaOm Cleantech
A Boston-based start-up in the battery sector (which is pretty vibrant around here) changes its name. Worth a read to keep up to date on their technology. If great investors are a leading indicator, this Bill Gates and Khosla Ventures-backed company is worth keeping on your radar.
The Networked Energy Web – ThinkProgress
A Guest Blog post on the convergence of IT and Energy and what it means for US progress. Not a new topic, but a good post on it.