Tag: global warming

Energy Economics

A Carbon Tax Won’t Kill the Economy

November 19, 2019

Via: Forbes

Would a national price on carbon emissions, designed to reduce the U.S.’ contribution to global warming, damage the country’s economy? Answers to this question have been emphatically partisan in Washington D.C. where, at various times over the past two decades, […]

News and Policies, World

Saudi Arabia Reaches Renewable Energy Crossroads In 2019

December 27, 2018

Via: Forbes

The annual UN climate change talks ended just as the festive season was upon us with the conclusion focusing on two key points. An agreement was reached to develop a set of common rules but countries, again, failed to adopt […]

News and Policies, U.S.

Green Energy Tide Sweeps Rural America Despite Pushback From Trump

December 11, 2018

Via: Forbes

The Trump administration may be denying that humans contribute to climate change. But the marketplace is fully accepting such scientific findings. It’s true even in Trump country — or the midwestern United States — that is placing its bets with […]

Mainstream technologies, News and Policies, Renewable Energy, World

How Renewables Will Change the Geopolitical Map of the World

February 12, 2018

Via: Energy Collective

Geopolitics, as the name suggests, is the interaction between geography and politics. Geography offers resources. Politics determines who benefits. That of course entails recognition of resources. A resource is something we want to use and know how to use. The […]