Enetergy New Orleans on the costs of a clean energy economy; Iceland's CarbFix project.
The Clean Skies News team is at Day 4 of the climate talks in Copenhagen, as discussion continues over emissions cuts for large countries and climate funding for poorer countries. They track comments from Todd Stern, George Soros and Interior Secretary Ken Salazar.
Oil is down roughly 13 percent since October, and the EIA reports that petroleum product consumption is at its lowest since July. Elliott Gue of The Energy Letter and The Energy Strategist joins Clean Skies News for a closer look at how these numbers are affected by storage capacity and how gas production will proceed in the coming year.
Clean Skies News reports from day 5 of climate talks in Copenhagen, as EU leaders in Brussels say they have agreed to commit $3.6 billion a year until 2012 to help poorer countries combat global warming. Margaret Ryan gives analysis. We hear from European Commission Chief Climate Negotiator, Artur Runge-Metzger. And Lee Patrick Sullivan gives us a tour of the first commercial scale biomass plant just outside of Copenhagen.
Clean Skies News' Lee Patrick Sullivan gives a tour of a commercial biomass plant just outside of Copenhagen that converts straw into ethanol.
Week 2 of UN World Climate talks have started in Copenhagen, leaving five days left for world negotiators to try to strike a substantive deal on climate change. Clean Skies News is there with team coverage and comments from UK Energy and Climate Change Secretary Ed Miliband, Executive Director of International Energy Agency (IEA) Nobuo Tanaka, South Africa Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Chesapeake Energy CEO, Aubrey McClendon.
Danes get 20% of their energy from off-shore wind farms. Clean Skies News tours one of the biggest farms, and talks to American and Danish officials on why they believe wind can be a sustainable form of energy.
The Energy Information Administration released its Annual Energy Outlook for 2010 today, including major increases in both energy generation and consumption. Clean Skies News takes a look at just what roles these figures can play in U.S. energy production.
Clean Skies News' Susan McGinnis and Margaret Ryan discuss the accusations that developed nations are trying to get rid of the Kyoto Protocol, as stated today by the Africa Group. Also, U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu announces a new clean energy technology initiative.
Ahmed Djoghlaf, Executive Secretary of the Convention on Biological Diversity, talks to Clean Skies News at the Copenhagen climate talks about climate change and its effect on endangered species.
Clean Skies News' Dan Goldstein reports on the Senate Energy Committee's hearing on Small Modular Reactors (SMRs).
A ferry ride from the climate talks in Copenhagen could teach negotiators just what it takes to fight climate change - Samso Island in Denmark is 100 percent sustainable. Clean Skies News looks at how this island can stay carbon neutral and how even cities as large as New York City can become sustainable as well.