Revue des blogs – mardi 27 octobre 2015

From Paris to 2°C: Implications of the Contributions /  Roberta Pierfederici, Climate 365, 26/10/2015 

While the currently submitted national contributions to the new global climate agreement do not yet put the world on track to limit warming to 2 degrees Celsius, they imply an unprecedented acceleration and consolidation of action against climate change in major economies around the world. Moreover, they can serve as an entry point for the deep low-carbon transformation, if the Paris Agreement includes a mechanism to strengthen and broaden policy commitments by 2020 at the latest. This is shown by a report published by 14 leading research teams within the “Modelling and Informing Low-Emission Strategies” (MILES) project, an international research project funded by the European Commission and coordinated by IDDRI… lire la suite

Leaking Coal to Asia / Maximilian Auffhammer, Energy Institute at Haas blog, 26/10/2015

The view from my window high up in the ivory tower is spectacular. Through my open window I breathe in the unpolluted air of knowledge and bask in the glow of theory. Recently I climbed down to attend a hearing at Oakland’s city council about the possible construction of a coal export terminal right here smack dab in the heart of the most liberal metropolis in North America… lire la suite

Is the exchange rate – oil price nexus stable over time? / Valérie Mignon, Jean-Pierre Allegret, Cécile Couharde, Tovonony Razafindrabe, blog CEPII, 26/10/2015

It is a widely accepted view that many commodity-exporting countries have commodity currencies, in that movements in real commodity prices can explain fluctuations in their real exchange rates… lire la suite

Nos choix alimentaires sont aussi des engagements climatiques / Cyrielle Denhartigh, RAC, blog Huffington Post, 23/10/2015

Certaines formes d’agriculture émettent plus de gaz à effet de serre que d’autres. N’en déplaise aux défenseurs d’un certain modèle agricole, ce sont bien les formes d’agriculture réellement écologique, peu intensive en produits chimiques et en importation qui sont le moins nocives pour le climat. Et par nos choix alimentaires, nous pouvons soutenir l’un, ou bien l’autre… lire la suite

If a major economy takes the lead, warming could be limited to 2°C / Joeri Rogelj, news IIASA, 26/10/2015

A new study by an international team of researchers including IIASA scientists has found what amount of emissions reductions it would take for a major economy to lead out of the climate gridlock… lire la suite

 



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Danièle Revel (2015, 27 octobre). Revue des blogs – mardi 27 octobre 2015. Veille énergie climat. Consulté le 18 avril 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/oc14

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