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William Briggs observes: “Global warming alarmism is big business. On one side you have Greenpeace, the Sierra Club, The Nature Conservancy, World Wildlife Fund, Environmental Defense Fund, The Climate Project and dozens upon dozens of other non-governmental organizations who solicit hundreds of millions from private donors and from government, and who in turn award lucrative grants to further their agenda. You also have the Environmental Protection Agency, the National Science Foundation, the National Institute of Health, the Departments of Commerce and Agriculture, both Houses of Congress and many more government agencies, spraying global warming money at anything that moves and at staggering rates — billions of dollars” External link

dailymaverick Wednesday, July 24, 2019 1:58:00 AM CEST

Frank Pallone said: "What we're really trying to do here is come up with a united front that's driven by the scientific community and that's consensus," External link

news-yahoo Wednesday, July 24, 2019 1:10:00 AM CEST

Frank Pallone said: "We just think that (the 2050) target is more realistic," External link

news-yahoo Wednesday, July 24, 2019 1:10:00 AM CEST

Brett Hartl said: "Pushing the deadline for action to 2050 waves the white flag of surrender," External link

news-yahoo Wednesday, July 24, 2019 1:10:00 AM CEST

Brian Brettschneider said: “It's looking like there's a strong likelihood that we will end up with the warmest month ever,” External link

nbcnews Wednesday, July 24, 2019 12:26:00 AM CEST

Jack Williams said: “Of course, we won’t know until all the tallies are in, but we’re on a good pace right now to beat that record,” External link

nbcnews Wednesday, July 24, 2019 12:26:00 AM CEST

Jack Williams said: “The climate system right now is like a batter on steroids,” External link

nbcnews Wednesday, July 24, 2019 12:26:00 AM CEST

Michael Mann said: “It’s part of a worrisome pattern of streaks of broken records which, we have shown simply would not be occurring in the absence of climate change,” “This is just one additional confirmation, along with the spate of unprecedented extreme weather events we’ve seen in recent years, of the fact that the impacts of climate change are no longer subtle. They are staring us in the face” External link

nbcnews Wednesday, July 24, 2019 12:26:00 AM CEST

Brian Brettschneider said: “There’s internal fluctuations in the climate system that cause the needle to metaphorically bounce around from year to year, but the trend is unmistakable,” External link

nbcnews Wednesday, July 24, 2019 12:26:00 AM CEST

Jack Williams said: “The closest equivalents were found in the Pliocene [Epoch], when sea levels were higher by tens of feet and it was a much warmer world,” “That was a time period prior to human evolution. Part of the bigger picture here is we’re pushing the climate system toward states that we haven’t seen in our societal experience — and even in our species’ experience” External link

nbcnews Wednesday, July 24, 2019 12:26:00 AM CEST

Jack Williams said: “It’s tough being a climate scientist and seeing the trends that we’re heading towards and trying to raise awareness,” “It feels like an uphill battle. At the same time, I feel like this is the defining issue of my generation, and it’s a fight and conversation worth having. It’s important work, so we just keep at it” External link

nbcnews Wednesday, July 24, 2019 12:26:00 AM CEST

Stephanie Pfeifer said: "get ahead of the profound transformation their sector faces by addressing barriers to decarbonization in the short- to medium-term," External link

click2houston Tuesday, July 23, 2019 9:51:00 AM CEST

Colm Sweeney said: "represents a huge opportunity to get some early gains on controlling greenhouse gas emissions," External link

ABCnews Monday, July 22, 2019 11:27:00 PM CEST

Stephanie Pfeifer said: “get ahead of the profound transformation their sector faces by addressing barriers to decarbonization in the short- to medium-term,” External link

fox2now Monday, July 22, 2019 10:26:00 PM CEST

Pål Gundersen said: "The UK will experience another pulse of high temperatures this week, with the possibility of records being broken for not only July but also all-time records. The weather setup is broadly similar to the pattern that brought high temperatures to much of continental Europe at the end of June. As well as high temperatures during the day, overnight temperatures will also be notably warm and could also break records. Conditions will feel much more comfortable for all by the time we get to Friday" External link

newsnow-co-uk Monday, July 22, 2019 5:46:00 PM CEST

Mike Garland said: "Our first wind power facility in Montana is now generating numerous benefits for the state, including strong jobs and millions of dollars in tax revenue, while producing enough clean energy to power 23,000 homes each year without any emissions," External link

finanznachrichten-en Monday, July 22, 2019 3:02:00 PM CEST

Wang Feng ricorda: «Le biomasse, inclusi i residui agricoli e gli scarti forestali, -rappresentano la più grande fonte di carbonio in natura (circa 120 miliardi di tonnellate di materia secca per anno) e sono potenzialmente in grado di sostituire il petrolio, a patto di possedere tecnologie di trasformazione sufficientemente efficaci. Mentre i processi termici sono rapidi ma energivori, quelli biotecnologici possono essere lenti e occupare volumi importanti. I processi fotocatalitici che sfruttano la luce fino ad oggi si sono dimostrati ancora poco efficienti. Tipicamente, i processi di trasformazione della biomassa posso no essere ottimizzati alla produzione di idrogeno quale combustibile solare, ma causano la perdita di valore aggiunto se la degradazione della biomassa è completa e non risultano sempre ambientalmente sostenibili» External link

greenreport Wednesday, June 12, 2019 4:49:00 PM CEST

Paolo Fornasiero aggiunge: «Pertanto, è essenziale identificare nuovi materiali fotocatalitici per un processo complesso in grado di usare la luce del sole per trasformare dei derivati della biomassa, come i metilfurani, in idrogeno e ottenendo alla fine quantità significative di diesel. Il combustibile così ottenuto presenta un minor impatto ambientale poiché ingloba carbonio non fossile ma riciclabile e immagazzina energia luminosa sotto forma di energia chimica» External link

greenreport Wednesday, June 12, 2019 4:49:00 PM CEST

Paolo Fornasiero prosegue: «La scienza offre eccellenti, seppur ancora parziali, vie di soluzione ai problemi energetici che stiamo affrontando. La produzione, la gestione e la distribuzione intelligente di elettricità da fonti rinnovabili accoppiata con autoveicoli elettrici è alla portata di mano. Investimenti, scelte politiche ed economiche coraggiose possono accelerare tale transizione energetica. Il settore dei trasporti aerei presenta però ancora sfide aperte di tipo scientifico e tecnologico. Infatti, mentre è a noi tutti naturale pensare a un’auto elettrica, difficile è immaginare oggi un gigantesco Airbus o Boeing alimentati a batterie. Nonostante i progressi nel settore dell’accumulo di energia elettrica, di cui vediamo i benefici nei nostri smartphone, immagazzinare l’energia necessaria per un volo di parecchie ore comporterebbe un peso per le sole batterie parecchio superiore a quello dell’aereo stesso. Pertanto, anche se esistono ultraleggeri con alimentazione elettrica, al momento non si vedono alternative all’uso di carburanti liquidi ad alta densità energetica per gli aerei di grandi dimensioni. Visti i giganteschi volumi di traffico aereo, in continua espansione, gli studi appena pubblicati aprono prospettive per una transizione a combustibili per aviazione più sostenibili» External link

greenreport Wednesday, June 12, 2019 4:49:00 PM CEST

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