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Fossil Fuels to Dominate World Energy Use Through 2040

Sunday, July 28, 2013

Fossil Fuels to Dominate World Energy Use Through 2040 (via Climate Central)

By Andrew Freedman Follow @afreedma Global energy consumption will grow by 56 percent by 2040 with fossil fuels remaining dominant energy sources. Along with that growth will come increased carbon dioxide emissions and a continued reliance on  coal…


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$60 Trillion Global Economic Impact Of A Massive Methane Release In The Arctic, New Study Shows

$60 Trillion Global Economic Impact Of A Massive Methane Release In The Arctic, New Study Shows (via Planetsave)

Up to $60 trillion USD (just shy of the global GDP for one year) is what climate change impacts will cost the world’s economy if the estimated 50 billion tons of seafloor-trapped methane gas in the East Siberian Arctic Shelf were to be released into…


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Obama's Economic Address: Right Message, Wrong Time

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New Nature Study Calls Melting Underwater Arctic Permafrost An "Economic Time Bomb"

New Nature Study Calls Melting Underwater Arctic Permafrost An "Economic Time Bomb" (via Desmogblog)

Three academics walk into a bar. After what must have been the worst happy hour ever, they emerge having discovered that melting oceanic permafrost could come with a hefty $60 trillion dollar price tag, slightly less than the entire world economy. We…


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Hyperboic nut job, Rand Paul: America at "Day of Reckoning" Like Before Civil War

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