By Timothy Hurst on February 7, 2012
Some people have used the analogy comparing carbon dioxide in the atmosphere to steroids in a baseball player.
By Timothy Hurst on April 1, 2010
Department of Transportation and EPA announce new auto fuel efficiency standards that will cut a billion tons of greenhouse gas emissions and conserve 1.8 billion barrels of oil.
By Timothy Hurst on October 1, 2008
California plans to host a meeting of several countries in November to discuss ways to limit greenhouse gas emissions Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s office has invited China, India, European countries, Australia, Canada and Mexico to a meeting ahead of international climate talks the following month in Poland. Details still are being worked out. There’s a theory [...]
By Timothy Hurst on June 24, 2008
The accumulation of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere can be a difficult concept to visualize (maybe something to do with the fact that CO2 is invisible). So if you’re a visual learner like me, you’ll want to watch this clever short made by the Energy Saving Campaign [45 seconds].