Is the Fizz in Your Glass a Global Warming Culprit?
- Economic activity and the greenhouse effect. Ogawa, Yoshiki // Energy Journal;1991, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p23
Examines the factors that relate to global warming and the burning of fossil fuels, which bears the greatest responsibility for global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. Global warming recognised as one of most important issues in international politics; Why the problem of global warming is...
- Ten steps you can take to reduce global warming. // National Wildlife (World Edition);Dec97/Jan98, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p12
Presents some measures to be taken to reduce fossil fuels consumption and amount of carbon dioxide released. Estimated pounds of carbon dioxide saved.
- Climate conundrum. Tangley, Laura // U.S. News & World Report;11/16/98, Vol. 125 Issue 19, p70
Reports a study which found that North American forests are absorbing roughly the same amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) the region produces by burning fossil fuels. Imprecision of the science of global warming; Facts about which there is consensus regarding global warming; Carbon dioxide produced...
- Industry considers carbon catching. Nadis, Steve // Nature;7/20/2000, Vol. 406 Issue 6793, p224
Discusses an initiative being researched by the power industry which aims to prevent carbon dioxide produced by burning fossil fuels from entering the atmosphere. Options for implementing the so-called carbon sequestration; View that carbon sequestration is a solution for the prevention of...
- In the debate about CO2, tell the whole truth. Snyder, Jesse // Automotive News Europe;3/19/2007, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p10
The author comments on divergent views about the impact of carbon dioxide emissions on the environment. He mentions the claim of scientists that humans overload the natural cycles of the earth by burning fossil fuels that introduces fresh carbon into the biosphere and makes the atmosphere absorb...
- CARBON TRADING Doesn't Work. S. R. // Wired;Jun2008, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p162
The author discusses the Kyoto Project, a clean development mechanism that aims to keep the carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere by the 2012 by slowing down the rise of carbon emissions. This project aims to lessen greenhouse effect that causes worldwide global warming due to carbon dioxide...
- Cost-effective climate policy in a small country. Hagen, Cathrine // Energy Journal;1994, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p119
Compares the cost of reducing fossil fuel production with the cost of fossil fuel consumption to curb carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. Limited effects of unilateral action to reduce CO2 emissions of a country on the global CO2 emissions; Reduction of fuel production as a less costly alternative...
- U.S. Carbon Dioxide Emissions From Energy Sources 1999 Flash Estimate. // Monthly Energy Review;Sep2000, pIX
Reports on the emissions of carbon dioxide from fossil fuel combustion in the United States in 1999. Comparison of the total carbon emissions from fossil fuel combustion between 1998 and 1999; Increase in emissions from petroleum combustion; Factors that helped mitigate carbon dioxide emissions.
- SOLUTIONS. Broudy, Berne // Backpacker;Sep2007, Vol. 35 Issue 7, p95
The article discusses methods people can use to reduce their carbon dioxide output.