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Sven Egenter 14h
"I’m not an optimist, not a pessimist. Both are different forms of fatalism, in which you treat future as fate not choice & you don’t take responsibility for creating future you want. I prefer to live in spirit of applied hope."
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Götz Warnke 14h
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fermimat 23h
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Pierre Ceccaldi Oct 15
This afternoon at the BUR meeting, we discussed and how artificial photosynthesis technologies might (not) take off. Holger Dau contributed to the report on the topic , here in English:
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Stefan Krauter Oct 14
First priorotity: Stopp nuclear (done until 2020/22) Second: Substitute and then by (until 2030/40). If you really want to work against : Stop of getting President of : He wants to cut down the .
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Stefan Krauter Oct 10
Sorry, did it already - but I found an electric/hybrid Porsche from 1899/1900..
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stromhändler Oct 16
German dark and spark spreads. The effect of and is darkening the outlook for the coal producers.
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Clean Energy World 46m
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AustNuclearAssoc Oct 14
Argument like this is possibly not for this forum. However, in response, was advertised to be THE climate change solution. They are not even close to targets after 15y. Is this peddling vaporware or is it just politics?
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Anna Leidreiter Oct 16
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Falk Boemeke Oct 15
This article could be a game changer: Barley will become scarce because of and therefore BEER WILL BE MORE EXPENSIVE! We need to act now!
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Montel News 16h
Lack of land may constrain German energy transition
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Clean Energy Wire 14h
“Capital markets keenly sniff out disruption, and if they catch its scent, they rapidly decapitalise old industries” - . Read the full interview here:
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Reimund Schwarze Oct 8
Time for ? Germany's runs into climate change reality
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Bilanzgruppen Mgmt Oct 16
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Triple profit 0 Co2 8h
is not +150% CO2 When Including actual GHG emissions of on 65%-75% IT'S CLEAR PRO NEEDS TO STOP DOING PR FOR BP & Co in Munich saying Germany is 46% CLEAN? &
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Franz Zöchbauer 3h
Great commitment to a clean energy future, also in Europe, by Bill Gates
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Clean Energy World 1h
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Michael Liebreich Oct 11
Replying to @kali0x2a @IPCC_CH
Because there is no chance whatsoever of sticking within 1.5C while switching off existing nuclear as Germany's so painfully shows. And a new generation of affordable, flexible, failsafe reactors - if that's what they can be - would give us a much better chance.
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Josh Smith 21h
You can read about the of Germany's negative pricing in a piece I did with Dr. Randy Simmons! of the means Germany is going up in carbon emissions!
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