The future is near, "report card" on the Paris Agreement, and how to catalyze social change
Thank you so much for the SPECIFIC INFORMATION & LINKS to access to effect change on individual levels. I am thrilled to note the new FASHION SUSTAINABILITY ACTION as a means of decarbonizing and so many related ills in the field, a pet project of mine. So pleased the UN has framed the issue in the timeline end of the decade. So much work to do here involving human rights and animal rights abuses, eliminating plastics, the entire industry needs a rapid reboot. ❤️🌎🕊️
Many thanks for your action-oriented information!
Professor Hayhoe, your stance asserts of confidence in being “convinced” that “we are at the cusp of a clean energy revolution, with renewable options becoming increasingly accessible and affordable with each passing month.”
On what grounds is the claim based?
Is there any citation that can be provided, elucidating that the globe has enough minerals for a 1:1 global switch from fossil fuels to renewables?
"interests raking in billions from fossil fuels.
And what tax rate did their customers pay for buying all that CO2-emitting stuff? Anything like $200/tom of CO2 emitted? If they had, maybe they would have thought twice and bought something else.
Your travel policy is interesting. I work in the exhibitions industry, I can tell you that upwards of 70% of an event's emissions are from travel of attendees to the venue. I struggle with this. One line of thought is that if you use an event well, you actually can reduce your aggregate travel because you can get so much done in those 4 days. But I don’t know if that analysis holds water. Are you aware of any research that would shed light on this?