Geoengineering (or Geoengineering) is art (because it is more an art than a science at present) of trying to modify the climate, it is not necessarily a new science (see the report Arte above ) But it is gaining more and more importance at the moment with the aim of limiting the global warming ... with or without the support of the populations ... Here [...]
Nano-Spike catalysis; Discovery of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory made a little ... by chance! The process makes it possible to obtain ethanol from CO2, electricity and water in the presence of a specific nano-catalyst called Nano-Spike. The reported return on electricity is 60 to 70%, which is acceptable provided renewable electricity is used (the process [...]
While France continues (almost) everything to rely on nuclear electricity ... countries are now, and regularly, beating records of production in renewable electricity! This month it is the turn of Portugal to realize a real tour de force of the renewable! A few days after Germany produced so much renewable electricity that producers [...]
Back to Copenhagen by R.Guillet
a href = https: //www.econologie.com/forums / burning-wet-explanations-by-remi-guillet-vt5794.html target = _blank> Remi Guillet ECN is Engineer (ex ENSM), he was graduated in 1966. He has a doctorate in mechanical energy of the Univ. Poincare Nancy 1 (2002) and a DEA Economy Paris 13 (2001)
Debate and analyes:
Gulf Stream, the Achilles heel of the climate. Documentary directed by Nicolas KOUTSIKAS and Stephan POULLE (48 minutes) The Gulf Stream is a "giant" natural heat pump whose thermal power is equivalent to 1 000 000 nuclear reactors and flow 150 times that of all rivers in the world! Learn more and [...]
An electric car emits CO2 and not a little! This is the confession, very honest, of a Mitsubishi official in front of France2 last week about the MiEV, electric car last born of the brand. The Mitsubishi MiEV is an 100% electric car that would emit, indirectly, taking into account only the manufacture of [...]
Geothermal heat pumps, energy savings and emissions CO2
To ourt, geothermal energy is all too often presented as a renewable and "green" energy.
This article concerns the surface geothermal energy, called heat pumps, not deep geothermal or deep heating networks catchments themselves are completely renewable.
So if the energy [...]
Green Guide to Alpine winter sports resorts Selective sewage treatment, wastewater treatment, development, renewable energies, public transport or social actions ... as many alternatives of sustainable development that are emerging and that can be supported in the resort. By the Green Guide of mountain resorts, the association wishes to encourage responsible mountain practices, [...]