Who Is Responsible for Climate Change? New Study Identifies the Top 90 Producers of Industrial Carbon Emissions

Screen Shot 2013-11-27 at 8.56.38 AMBy Peter Frumhoff | November 21, 2013

Today’s publication in the journal Climatic Change by Richard Heede on Tracing anthropogenic carbon dioxide and methane emissions to fossil fuel and cement producers, 1854-2010 provides a robust scientific basis for motivating fresh thinking and dialogue about responsibility for taking action to address climate change.

 

Half the Oil: A Plan to Cut Projected U.S. Oil Use in Half in 20 Years

We have the practical solutions at hand to protect consumers, the climate, and our environment from the growing costs of our oil use.

How? It all comes down to one simple fact:

Using less is the real oil solution.

By cutting our projected oil use in half, we can save money, create jobs, protect our health, lower global warming emissions, and establish America as a global leader in transportation technology.