A very nice article that shows, through an example, that even the use of biomass classified as waste to produce energy can lead to more deforestation.
I suspect it is one of many examples.https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-48828490 …
The world's largest reinsurance company, MunichRe, suggests a €115/tonne price on carbon is what's needed to meet the Paris targets—and that to prevent climate catastrophe, we must expect that "carbon-heavy companies would probably go out of business."https://www.ft.com/content/f68d336e-892e-11e9-97ea-05ac2431f453 …
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If you haven't heard it here's the big news:
Tournevie Molenbeek #toollibrary moves to Anderlecht (Rue Bara 142). BIG Reopening scheduled for September 2nd. Read more:
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There's actually no translation for #empathy in German.https://twitter.com/Sustainable2050/status/1150631568085528576 …
“The transmission and viewing of online videos generates 300 million tons of CO2 a year, or nearly 1% of global emissions. On-demand video services such as Netflix account for a third of this, with online pornographic videos generating another third.”https://www.newscientist.com/article/2209569-streaming-online-pornography-produces-as-much-co2-as-belgium/ …
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Chris Hurley is best known as the co-founder and former CEO of the video sharing website YouTube.com. Hurley and his partners sold YouTube to Google for $1.65 billion in stock in 2006.
Born upon January 24, 1977, in Birdsboro, Pennsylvania, Chad Hurley is the founder and also former CEO of the video-sharing website YouTube.com. After university, Hurley operated at eBay&apos's PayPal department before teaming up with associates Steve Chen as well as Jawed Karim to create YouTube in 2005. Company 2.0 magazine rated Hurley No. 28 on its 2006 checklist of "" 50 Individuals Who Issue."" That very same year, he and also Chen offered YouTube to Google for $1.65 billion in supply.