Browsing the "GHG" Tag

Where and How? New Carbon Footprint Study Shows Location, Lifestyle Matter

April 17th, 2011 | by Michael Ricciardi

UC Berkeley Researchers Jones and Kammen, working at the Renewable and Appropriate Energy Laboratory (RAEL) have conducted a landmark GHG emission analysis of U.S. households, and which also provides a tool for more effective consumer and governmental policy decision-making. The "tool" here is the "carbon calculator" made available for free on the Cool Climate Network website


Breaths of Fresh Air: Bush-Era Pollution Waivers Rejected By Courts

July 15th, 2009 | by Ruedigar Matthes

Power plants play a huge role in emitting pollutants that make up the ozone. This pollution browns and blackens our horizons. We call it smog. Smog has been linked to premature deaths, thousands of emergency room visits, and tens of thousands of asthma attacks each year. Pollution in the ozone is particularly dangerous to small children and the elderly, who are often warned to stay indoors on days with poor air quality due to pollutants



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