Revue des blogs – mardi 29 mars 2016

Lower Brent prices and Saudi policy options: What’s shale oil got to do with it? / Lutz Kilian, Vox, 29/03/2016

Lower oil prices are putting increasing pressure on Arab oil producers, and many pundits have been quick to blame US shale oil producers for the decline in prices and in Arab oil revenues. This column measures how much the the shale oil boom contributed to the fall in the global price of crude oil. The Brent price of crude oil since 2011 would have been as much as $10 per barrel higher in the absence of US shale oil. But as large as this effect is, it pales in comparison with the decline in the price of oil that took place after June 2014, to which shale oil actually contributed little. The column goes on to discuss the policy options facing Arab oil producers… lire

The capacity mechanism: less esoteric than it might seem  / Claude Crampes, Thomas-Olivier Léautier, TSE debate, 24/03/2016

In November 2015, the European Commission opened in-depth investigations into the French capacity mechanism. It may seem like a highly technical subject of interest only to an audience of insiders and aficionados of the arcane workings of electricity markets. Far from it. The issues raised by the introduction of a capacity mechanism are simple and universal: they boil down to the effectiveness of government action to correct an apparent market failure, and solidarity between EU Member States. This post explores these two points… lire

The G20 needs to lead on deep decarbonisation pathways / Thomas Spencer and Henri Waisman, Climate Home, 24/03/2016

After Paris, the core focus is the implementation of country climate plans allowing an immediate shift of incentives and investments required by the national targets… lire

Energy transition strategies in high coal consuming countries – a case study for China and Poland / Roberta Pierfederici, Climate 365, 23/03/2016

The EU member states are required to put in place a significant transformation towards a low-carbon economy in order to meet the 2030 EU emission targets. In this context, Poland faces specific challenges due to its high reliance on domestic coal. The efforts undertaken by other coal intensive economies—like China—to reduce emissions could provide Poland with valuable lessons learned… lire

Gaspillage alimentaire, le poids des chiffres / Marie Moura, doctorante au Centre de sociologie des organisations, Sciences Po – USPC et Armèle Cloteau, doctorante au laboratoire Printemps, Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin en Yvelines – Université Paris-Saclay, the Conversation, 23/03/2016

Des montagnes de fruits et de légumes comestibles mis en décharge aux invendus remplissant les bennes des supermarchés, le « gaspillage alimentaire » fait parler de lui. En France, une loi a même été votée en février 2016 pour lutter contre ce phénomène. C’est à travers des chiffres, des kilos voire des tonnes jetés régulièrement, que ce problème ancien est devenu aujourd’hui un véritable enjeu politique… lire


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Danièle Revel (29 mars 2016). Revue des blogs – mardi 29 mars 2016. Veille énergie climat. Consulté le 13 juillet 2024 à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/oc7j


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