Tag Archive for 'zero carbon'

‘EU Roadmap 2050 – a practical guide to a properous low-carbon Europe’ will not cut EU greenhouse gas emissions fast enough according to Friends of the Earth

March 10th, 2011 by Friends of the Earth

A low-carbon roadmap to 2050 published on Tuesday 8 March 2011 by the European Commission will not cut EU greenhouse gas emissions fast enough to prevent dangerous climate change and could lead to a three degree rise in global temperature, says Friends of the Earth.

Sustainable Architecture in Guernsey – A necessity or a pipe dream?

August 25th, 2010 by Vanessa

Architect Bill Dunster OBE will give a presentation on 2 September beginning at 8 pm at the Princess Royal Centre for Performing Arts on “Sustainable Architecture in Guernsey – A necessity or a pipe dream?” Bill Dunster heads up the ‘ZEDfactory’ (Zero Emission Developments), an award winning practice specialising in low energy, low environmental impact […]

Roapmap 2050: A report on the need to create a European carbon-free power sector

April 14th, 2010 by Richard Lord

Roapmap 2050, a report published on 13 April 2010, states that Europe must virtually eliminate carbon-emitting power generation to achieve an 80 percent cut in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.  The report funded by the European Climate Exchange, and produced by management consultants McKinsey & Company, Imperial College London, Oxford Economics, and the Energy Research […]