Submitted by Maria Cooper, resident at Findhorn Ecovillage https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2009/jul/13/manchester-report-climate-change1 http://www.carbonconversations.co.uk/
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published 8 December 2017 in the Rainbow Bridge:
Here’s a challenging read: lack of technology is not what’s holding back positive climate change… This is especially interesting in the light of PET’s latest program offering: your very own Carbon Footprint Calculation and Offset Service. Please enjoy AND, together with Park Ecovillage Trust, do something about it. Climate Change and Carbon Neutrality by Paul […]
Carbon footprint: A measure of how much CO2 emissions are associated with fossil energy use. When studying ecological footprints the carbon footprint is added because it is a competing use of bio-productive space, since increasing CO2 concentration in the atmosphere is considered to represent a build-up of ecological debt, and is believed by the scientific […]
By Göran N. Wiklund, Sustainability Consultant, Sweden Our carbon footprints are too big. We need several globes to sustain our western lifestyle. Scientists tell us it is urgent to stop using fossil fuels as the carbon emissions result in a temperature increase that will jeopardise life on earth as we know it. If we don’t manage […]
Eldoret East and Keiyo Districts and Mathira East District, Kenya, Project Description More than 80% of Kenyan households rely on biomass (e.g. wood & charcoal) for energy; it is mainly used for cooking and occasionally for space and water heating. Wood and charcoal are obtained almost exclusively from the forest (90%), which is a key […]