Biochar – The Next Stage In Climate Action

Published on Feb 5, 2014: A concise breakdown of ‘2012 US Biochar Conference’ along with corresponding visuals to illustrate the limitless potential of Biochar as a solution to climate change, drought, and the global food crisis. Our independent feature film is now focused on Biochar education: Original conference videos:

Davos: Many have called for a price on carbon Now we must act #Energy #Agenda 2014

Leading the Global Climate and Energy Agenda: This week, some 2,500 CEOs, politicians, academics and journalists descend on the Swiss village of Davos for the 44th annual meeting of the World Economic Forum. We’ll be posting video from the most interesting sci-tech events here in Forum. Related Industry Awakens to Threat of Climate Change By Coral Davenport,…

Time to Wake Up: American Corporations are Taking Climate Change Seriously

January 15, 2014 – In this week’s “Time to Wake Up” speech on the Senate floor, Senator Whitehouse describes how many American companies are planning for climate change. In the speech, Senator Whitehouse shares that companies with internal prices for carbon include Microsoft, Exxon-Mobil, Disney, and Google.   Follow Senator Whitehouse on facebook

BP study: Greenhouse emissions will rise by almost a third in the next 20 years

Fiona Harvey and Terry Macalister from The Guardian, report: Energy firm’s analysis finds switch to other fuels like shale gas will do little to cut carbon emissions In the UK, shale gas has received a boost from David Cameron, who vowed to go all out for shale by offering taxpayer-funded giveaways to companies. But the news that such a move will…

UK and Poland announce plans to push fracking across Europe

David Cameron tells Polish Prime Minister that he will cooperate to prevent EU legislation that could slow down fracking industry By Sophie Yeo | Release URL  The UK and Poland have pledged to work together against any EU regulation that could threaten the shale gas industry. Speaking to Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk on the phone, David…