Amy Huva

climate nerd, writer, environmental chemist, coffee snob

Tag Archives: mitigation

Is the end nigh for the Aussie carbon tax?

Is the end nigh for the Aussie carbon tax?   Published: 18 July 2013, Vancouver Observer image: ljhar6, flickr

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Australian Climate Commission states the obvious: fossil fuels must remain in the ground

Australian Climate Commission states the obvious: fossil fuels must remain in the ground   Published: 18 June 2013, Vancouver Observer image: Australian Climate Commission

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Who counts the emissions when you export them?

Who counts the emissions when you export them?   Published: 22 May 2013, Vancouver Observer image: Amy Huva

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We don’t need to care about the environment

We don’t need to care about the environment   Published: 16 May 2013, Vancouver Observer image: Amy Huva

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Polluting the three most important things in life

Polluting the three most important things in life   Published: 27 April 2013, Vancouver Observer image: Buse Lake, Barnhartvale, BC, by Norm Dougan

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Post Carbon Pathways: how to dodge a climate change bullet

Post Carbon Pathways: how to dodge a climate change bullet   Published: 23 April 2013, Vancouver Observer image: gjones, flickr

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Crash Diets and Carbon Detoxes: Irreversible Climate Change

Crash Diets and Carbon Detoxes: Irreversible Climate Change   Published: 26 March 2013, Read the Science image: from Rahmstorf et al. 2012

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