28 Jul '15, 11am

Lack Of Innovation Could Doom Battle To Trim Carbon Emissions

By Stephen Edelstein 504 views Jul 28, 2015 Reddit This! Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Photovoltaic solar power field at Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee Enlarge Photo Representatives of world governments will meet in Paris this December to discuss a global strategy for combating climate change. But the outlook doesn't appear promising, according to a recent assessment by the International Energy Agency. It claims "not one" of the new technologies being tracked as possible solutions to the problem is meeting its development targets. DON'T MISS: The Coming Solar Power Boom: Charts Tell The Story, Grid Parity In 2 Years (Nov 2014) While wind turbines, solar panels, and electric cars are becoming a more familiar sight worldwide, their combined effects still represent too little potential effect. Both private investors and government officials are pursuing an ov...

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