R-Squared Energy TV: Episode 7 – The Carbon Emissions Quandary
In the first episode of R-Squared Energy TV for 2012, I give a short presentation on global warming. I believe there are a number of misconceptions around the U.S. contribution to greenhouse gas emissions, and I provide some graphics that may surprise some viewers.
Some of the topics discussed are:
- What do I think about global warming?
- Why do I feel that it is mostly out of the hands of the U.S.?
- Why do I feel that it will be very hard to rein in emissions in developing countries?
I realize that the sound quality on the video needs to be improved, and I am working on that. It isn’t simply a microphone issue, or I would have already resolved it. But I am working on a fix, and will probably eventually replace some of these videos with versions that have better quality sound.
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