Energy consumption Bitcoin vs Banking System

The highest estimates for Bitcoins annual terawatt hours consumption is 28.67. This means, more than 3 times more efficient than a very conservative calculation of the cost of the global banking system. Carlos Domingo: The Bitcoin vs Visa Electricity Consumption Fallacy https://hackernoon.com/the-bitcoin-vs-visa-electricity-consumption-fallacy-8cf194987a50 Jonathan Koomey gets quoted in the Washington Post, and other estimates https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/energy-environment/wp/2017/12/19/why-the-bitcoin-craze-is-using-up-so-much-energy Highest…

Cryptocurrency Ethereum Founder Vitalik Buterin on Climate Change

After Bitcoin, Ethereum is the second largest cryptocurrency in the world, with a market capitalization of over $100 billion. In December 2017 Buterin briefly addressed energy consumption of Ethereum mining, and what he plans to change the issue. Discuss (Dec 10,2017) Vitalik Buterin – Lays Out Ethereum 2.0 Roadmap In Taiwan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZ9PauT1Mk8 Ethereum https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethereum Proof-of-stake…

Are the worst climate outcomes unavoidable? Are we doomed?

At the AGU Fall Meeting 2017, Michael Mann explained why the narrative of certain doom of mankind is equal to denial, and that our actions today make a difference to what we can expect with future warming. Watch the entire panel discussion at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7i2k2tpbfVk Conversation Earth content with Guy McPherson http://www.conversationearth.org/near-term-human-extinction-guy-mcpherson-218 SUPPORT CLIMATE STATE ●…

The TOP 5 Climate Fixes

Agriculture practises, pollution, plastic waste, lifestyle changes, public transportation, diet, aviation, will be addressed in an upcoming video. If you have more input on possible climate fixes you would like to see featured, comment below. The dirty fossil fuels we burn for energy — coal oil and gas — plus forest destruction, are the main…

Rockström: Earth System in 2050 – Carbon Law


Johan Rockström from the Stockholm Resilience Centre in Sweden speaks about sustainable development goals. This talk is part of the Impacts World 2017 conference, more at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wICG8eTcchM Rockström at https://twitter.com/jrockstrom

Title: World Development within a Resilient and Stable Earth system – Only Path to the SDGs

Trees and Climate the Good the Bad and the Ugly

Rupert Seidl from the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (Vienna, Austria), gave this talk at the Impacts 2017 conference, titled “Climate impacts on forests: The good, the bad and the ugly.”

For the full lecture with other speakers, visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7me1vjWJ60M