Amy Huva

climate nerd, writer, environmental chemist, coffee snob

Category Archives: Carbon Talks

Energy: Where’s it coming from and who has a plan?

Energy: Where’s it coming from and who has a plan?   Published: 15 August 2012, Carbon Talks image: C.G.P Grey, flickr Advertisements

July 19, 2013 · Leave a comment

Pax Metropolitana: Where knowledge sharing becomes more important than space

Pax Metropolitana: Where knowledge sharing becomes more important than space  Published: 13 July 2012, Carbon Talks image: Amy Huva

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The consumption bubble is set to burst

The consumption bubble is set to burst Published: 9 July 2012, Carbon Talks blog   image: carterse, flickr

July 4, 2013 · Leave a comment

I don’t want a white picket fence: density and changing demographics

I don’t want a white picket fence: density and changing demographics Published: 5 July 2012, Carbon Talks blog   image: Amy Huva

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You can’t be Dr. No

You can’t be Dr. No Published: 14 June 2012, Carbon Talks blog   image: Nicola Romagna flickr

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Canada: The next post-industrial backwater?

Canada: The next post-industrial backwater? Published: 28 May 2012, Carbon Talks blog   image: gjones, flickr

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Welcome to the Anthropocene: a non-linear world

Welcome to the Anthropocene: a non-linear world Published: 17 May 2012, Carbon Talks blog   image: Norman Kuring, NASA GSFC, using data from the VIIRS instrument aboard Suomi NPP.

July 4, 2013 · Leave a comment