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Tag Archives: decarbonisation
The timidity of Transport for the North (TfN)
Transport for the North has released what it calls its Decarbonisation Strategy. It is also asking for comments on it via its consultation process. Occasional contributor to this website, Peter Somerville, has provided the following commentary. The timidity of Transport … Continue reading
Posted in analysis, Climate Change, transport Tagged climate change, consultations, decarbonisation, Peter Somerville, TfN, Transport for the North 3 Comments
Manchester City Council declares a climate emergency!
Update: Manchester council unanimously passed the climate emergency motion. Watch the discussion HERE. As cllr. Wright notes, this is not just a declaration but also a plan. And this one is serious: see the motion. https://t.co/Qvqmk2l7Fc We’ll all need to … Continue reading
Responses to the Ecomodernist Manifesto
Originally posted on Uncommontater:
Responses to the Ecomodernist Manifesto I recently came upon An Ecomodernist Manifesto, and was staggered by the scale of its unwarranted assumptions and errors. It argues that the malign human impacts on the earth can be…
Posted in Climate Change, economics, energy, key concepts, news, theory Tagged climate change, decarbonisation, degrowth, ecomodernism, Giorgos Kallis, Mark Burton, planetary boundaries, sources Leave a comment