The hidden risks of energy innovation

25 février 2013

The hidden risks of energy innovation / Michael Levi,  Issues in Science & Technology, Winter 2013

Read a draft : http://blogs.cfr.org/levi/files/2013/02/The-Hidden-Risks-of-Energy-Innovation_Preprint.pdf

Recent years have been disappointing for U.S. advocates of aggressive action on climate change. Efforts to pass comprehensive cap-and-trade legislation, which would have promoted the deployment of clean energy by making dirty energy more expensive and thus cut U.S. emissions, failed spectacularly. Global climate change negotiations, expected by many to deliver a legally binding deal that would sharply constrain global greenhouse gas emissions, have done nothing of the sort. Meanwhile, warnings of dangerous risks in the climate system have mounted...

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Overselling Energy Innovation / Michael Levi, Energy, security and climate, 22/02/2013  http://blogs.cfr.org/levi/2013/02/22/overselling-energy-innovation-2


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