Reducing carbon dioxide emissions may no longer be enough to halt global warming, according to a new report produced by researchers at the Global Climate and Energy Project
Global Climate and Energy Project
The Global Climate and Energy Project (GCEP) has revised the contract with its corporate sponsors to allow for more sources of funding to the researchers it supports. The most significant change is that the contract lets GCEP co-fund research projects with the government.
Author and New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman called for technological innovation and government regulations that support global clean energy while lamenting “a values breakdown in both the market and in Mother Nature” over the last decade. He spoke on Wednesday at the second and final day of the Stanford Global Climate and Energy Project’s (GCEP) research symposium.