When it comes to climate change, there really is only one measure that matters, the total quantity of Greenhouse Gasses (GHGS) in the atmosphere. That is why policy-makers tend to favour absolute measures of emissions. The UK Climate Change Bill targets set out a legal obligation to reduce absolute emissions of “carbon units” by 80% by 2050 compared to 1990 levels. This equates to around 3% per annum reduction every year for the next 40 years
Energy and Resource Efficiency without the tears
Niall Enright's book was published in June 2017.
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Ideas and Challenges
Despite self-congratulatory case studies to the contrary, the reality is that Sustainability and Resource Efficiency are NOT EASY to implement successfully in organisations.
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Here are some of my favourite energy and resource efficiency sites (mouse over the names for more details).Resources:
- Bizee Degree Days
- Europe's Energy Portal
- Efficiency policies and measures
- IEA CO2 Emissions Data
- Carbon Trust - guides
- WRAP and Envirowise
- UK Association for the Conservation of Energy
- Institute for Building Efficiency
- The Keeling Curve - CO2 level
- DECC My2050
- Energy pathfinder
- Only Eleven Percent
- Smart Energy Efficiency
- The Cokatoo Chronicles
- Alan's Energy Blog
- The Bustard
- The Energy Collective
- House 2.0