Archive for 'Technologies'
Through a contact of the Greenhouse Neutral Foundation via email today we have learned the following: BP is ignoring the most effective and safest means of locking up the oil in zones around the fragile coastal zones of the Gulf Coast. Here’s a quick demonstration of how MOP (Maximum Oil Pickup) sorbent works and can [...]
A proposed carbon capture and storage cluster at Kingsnorth in Kent. Photograph: EON A new research paper from American academics is threatening to blow a hole in growing political support for carbon capture and storage as a weapon in the fight against global warming. The document from Houston University claims that governments wanting to use [...]
Posted: May 2nd, 2010 under Action Needed, Climate Change, General, Technologies, World News.
Tags: Carbon Capture & Storage, Clean Coal Technology, Coal Fired Power Stations, coal lobby, Stop Coal
Will this be the next way we are programmed to accept more consumer products that take a role in our home overriding family communications and interactions? MarketWatch Soon you’ll be able to watch 3D movies on your television, then use the same TV to communicate with friends via Skype and to adjust your home’s thermostat. [...]
As you watch this enthralling NASA video presentation it will provide some answers and leave you with questions of your own to answer. Want a weekly update of all the greatest posts on the web? Subscribe for the weekly VOICE FOR CHANGE Newsletter and never miss a story! CLICK Bob Williamson and in the subject [...]
Posted: February 23rd, 2010 under Climate Change, General, Nature, Technologies, Tipping Points.
Tags: arctic, catastrophic climate change, Climate Change, CO2 levels, extreme weather events, glacial melt, global warming, methane, natural systems, Tipping Points, West Antarctic
Two of these blocks can power an American home, while one will suffice for a European home. A stack of 64 can power a small business. What is this magical box and where can you get one? It’s the Bloom Box, essentially a power plant in a box, and it claims to be the latest [...]
Some central Texans are tired of waiting for auto manufacturers to build all-electric cars. Instead, they’re taking matters into their own hands. Video courtesy of Fox News Want a weekly update of all the greatest posts on the web? Subscribe for the weekly VOICE FOR CHANGE Newsletter and never miss a story! CLICK Bob Williamson [...]
In early February to little fanfare, President Obama created a task force on Carbon Capture and Storage. The purpose? A strategy to speed up clean coal development. The President hopes to have five to 10 commercial clean coal demonstration projects up and going by 2016. If you are the type that has thought clean coal [...]
Posted: February 16th, 2010 under Climate Change, Climate Politics, General, Technologies.
Tags: activist, Carbon Capture & Storage, Clean Coal Technology, Climate Change, CO2 Emissions, Coal Fired Power Stations, coal lobby, global warming, Obama administration, Stop Coal
The Greenhouse Neutral Foundation was recently alerted to this breaking technology by Alex Salkever of Picarro. Alex directed us to the video below and on viewing; we were excited by the potential of this technology and its broad deployment. While emissions of methane (CH4 a greenhouse gas 25 times a potent as a CO2 for [...]
Appreciation must be given to the team at Deutsche Bank for their Greenhouse Gases Cause to bring awareness in real time as the outcomes of our current ‘living and business as usual’ model. www.know-the-number.com Our Climate is Changing! // // // Please download Flash Player. Greenhouse gas concentrations are frequently expressed as an equivalent [...]
India has deferred the commercial cultivation of what would have been its first genetically modified (GM) vegetable crop due to safety concerns. Environment Minister Jairam Ramesh said more studies were needed to ensure genetically modified aubergines were safe for consumers and the environment. The GM vegetable has undergone field trials since 2008 and received approval [...]