Renewable energy aspects and issues
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The Global Community has had work concerning renewable energy aspects and issues ever since 1985. A short list of our previous work concerning renewable energy aspects and issues. Renewable energy

For more recent work concerning renewable energy aspects and issues read the following table.

 Month/year  Theme and Author  Read contents
 April 10, 2007   Peak Soil: Why cellulosic ethanol, biofuels are unsustainable and a threat to America. There are many serious problems with biofuels, especially on a massive scale, and it appears from this report that they cannot be surmounted. So let the truth of Alice Friedemannís meticulous and incisive diligence wash over you and rid you of any confusion or false hopes. The absurdity and destructiveness of large scale biofuels are a chance for people to eventually even reject the internal combustion engine and energy waste in general. One can also hazard from this report that bioplastics, as well, cannot make it in a big way. by Alice Friedemann, with Culture Change. Culture Change was founded by Sustainable Energy Institute. The nation that destroys its soil destroys itself.   Read Peak Soil: Why cellulosic ethanol, biofuels are unsustainable and a threat to America
 February 17, 2007  Global Warming: It's About Energy Global warming is an energy problem, and we cannot have both an increase in conventional fossil fuel use and a habitable planet. Yet the United States is projected to consume 35 percent more oil, coal, and gas combined in 2030 than in 2004. , by Michael T. Klare, Foreign Policy in Focus, published in AlterNet: The Mix is the Message, EnviroHealth We must devise a future energy path that will meet our basic (not profligate) energy needs and also rescue the climate while there's still time. The technology to do so is potentially available to us, but only if we make the decision to develop it swiftly and on a very large scale.   Read Global Warming: It's About Energ
 February 17, 2007  Tackling Climate Change in the U.S. Potential U.S. Carbon Emissions Reductions from Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency by 2030 Energy efficiency measures can prevent our carbon emissions from growing over the next 23 years, even as our economy grows. The six renewable technologies have the potential to make the kind of deep cuts needed in our carbon emissions. Of the total carbon reductions possible, 57% are due to energy efficiency and 43% are from renewables. , by Charles F. Kutscher, Editor American Solar Energy Society   Read Tackling Climate Change in the U.S.
 February 12, 2007  Renewables Can Turn the Tide on Global Warming There is no "silver bullet" solution to our energy crisis. But a new study shows that the right combination of renewables may be our best bet. , by Kelpie Wilson, TruthOut.org/, published in AlterNet: The Mix is the Message, EnviroHealth   Read Renewables Can Turn the Tide on Global Warming
 January 21, 2007   Clean Coal, Forest Biofuel and Other Fairy Tales, by Dr. Glen Barry , Earth Meanders and Ecological Internet (EI) Insightful original Earth essays placing environmental sustainability within the context of other contemporary issues including peace and freedom.   Read Clean Coal, Forest Biofuel and Other Fairy Tales











 

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