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Pages: 165 Tables and Figures: 113 Published Date : Sep 2012 Publisher: QYResearch Aircraft Carbon Brake Disc Research Center Contact: Mr. Zhang Dong 86-10-82945717; 86-13811796901
With the wind, nuclear and CCS (carbon capture and storage) trade associations issuing their first-ever joint statement the political tectonic plates of climate change have begun subtly to move...Many of those who defend wind power from attacks by
The dash for gas is a dangerous gamble While a more modest stroll for gas is needed, a dash is dumb, unless you believe the fracking fantasy promoted by George Osborne A climate protestor atop West Burton gas power station on Monday 29 October.
Coal's global share of primary energy consumption has risen in recent years to 30%. Coal is enjoying a renaissance, with the highest consumption of the fuel since the late 1960s. The unexpected development threatens to put climate change targets out
Minister Martin Ferguson has ruled out Australia pursuing nuclear energy as an increasing number of states open the door to uranium mining. Queensland Premier Campbell Newman on Monday reneged on an election commitment to uphold a 30-year ban on
A small British firm claimed to have developed a revolutionary new technology that can produce petrol using just air and electricity. A company in the north of England has developed the "air capture" technology to create synthetic petrol which
There is no way privatisation can determine where energy should come from after most coal and nuclear power stations close over the next decade.' Photograph: Matt Cardy/Getty Images David Cameron's way of running the country becomes ever more
Green Investment Bank cleared by European Commission The commission ruled the plan to lend for low carbon projects did not break Europe's state aid rules The Green Investment Bank being set up by the UK government has been given the green light by
We've known about the effects of climate change for decades now, but the past few years (and even months) have been particularly revealing. This past year, for instance, we've seen arctic sea ice levels reach an historic low , while the United States
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