Celsias Lounge

Come on in, pull up a chair and join the conversation.

Start a discussion

36 Matching Discussions

Steel Can Labels 1° (1 reply)

The little known fact about steel (tin) can recycling that could make a big difference. Who among you would like to help save a million trees a year? What if I told you that saving those million trees could also eliminate the CO2 from 10,000 average American cars? Do I ...

Started by Steve N. in February 2012, about Air Quality, Carbon Sequestration, Clean Technologies, Climate Change, Consumerism, Design, Emissions, Lifestyle & Behavior, Pollution, Recycling, Smart Growth

Discuss this

Can/will China agree to limit greenhouse gasses? 1° (1 reply)

They are building coal at an alarming rate. They are now the second largest economy in the world and will only continue to grow. The Chinese government had said that it also deserves to have the same growth that we had during the industrial revolution, which was done on the ...

Started by Bobby Cotter in November 2010, about Emissions

Discuss this

Mitigate, adapt, or both? 1° (1 reply)

One of the lecturers, Peter Harper, at my last module for my MSc stressed the importance of developing carbon capture and storage as a last ditch effort to mitigate anthropogenic climate change. Others discussed the looming need for planetary engineering proposals and a willingness to consider implementation of such schemes. ...

Started by C Robb W. in August 2008, about Biofuels & Alternative Energy, Carbon Sequestration, Coal & Oil, Emissions, Energy Saving, Environmental Disasters

Discuss this

i might of mis understood 1° (1 reply)

ning of the fourteenth session of the Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP14). The meeting is the fourth of its kind this year. And even though the U.S. delegation will be comprised of the outgoing Bush team, the pending change in American leadership ...

Started by Samantha N. in December 2008, about Action, Protest, & Activism, Agriculture & Food, Air Quality, Architecture, Biofuels & Alternative Energy, Carbon Sequestration, Carbon Trading, Celebrities, Children and Families, Clean Technologies, Climate Change, Coal & Oil, Computing, Consumerism, Deforestation, Design, Economics, Education, Electric vehicles, Emissions, Energy Saving, Environment & Wildlife, Environmental Disasters, Events, Finance & Money, Food, Genetic Modification, Global Dimming, Green energy, Health, Industry & Business, Logging, Media, Nuclear, Organic, Philosophy & Religion, Politics & Government, Pollution, Population, Recycling, Solar, Transport, Travel, War, Water

Discuss this

Today is the day. Stop Dirty Coal! 1° (1 reply)

Along with thousands of others including James Hansen, Wendell Berry and Gus Speth, Bill McKibben is putting his freedom on the line to protest dirty coal. Stand in solidarity with them. Here is a message from Bill McKibben; "Dear Friends, There are moments in a nation's--and a planet's--history when it ...

Started by C Robb W. in March 2009, about Action, Protest, & Activism, Climate Change, Coal & Oil, Emissions, Environmental Disasters, Events, Industry & Business, Pollution

Discuss this

Are car drivers more likely to be climate skeptics? 1° (1 reply)

I'm not sure if this is a stupid question. Maybe I've been naive, but it never really crossed my mind that this might be the case until a blog post I wrote recently pondering why it seems climate deniers are generally old men was posted on a car forum. It ...

Started by Joel W. in December 2009, about Action, Protest, & Activism, Climate Change, Emissions, Energy Saving, Transport

Discuss this

The Dirty Thirty 1° (1 reply)

The Dirty Thirty is a list of 30 chemical ingredients that may be linked to cancer. Many have been banned by the European Union on suspicion of their toxicity. What you may not know is that many of the biggest manufacturers of these products reformulate without these chemicals for the ...

Started by Runka Products in April 2010, about Emissions

Discuss this

Acidic Seas threaten mass extinctions 1° (1 reply)

As reported on the BBC, our oceans are now more acidic than anytime in the last 500,000 years, 30% more acidic than at the start of the industrial revolution. This is a direct consequence of increasing carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere due to human burning of fossil fuels. Are ...

Started by C Robb W. in March 2009, about Climate Change, Coal & Oil, Emissions, Energy Saving, Environmental Disasters, Green energy, Rivers, Lakes, and Oceans

Discuss this

Financing microgeneration in Bermuda and elsewhere 1° (1 reply)

As the economy continues its tailspin towards terminal velocity, many will find the costs of installing renewable energy systems a deal breaker. Though the costs of systems are dropping, PV panel prices are set to decrease by as much as 40% by year end, (http://www.worldchanging.com/archives/009478.html) and will continue to drop ...

Started by C Robb W. in March 2009, about Biofuels & Alternative Energy, Clean Technologies, Climate Change, Coal & Oil, Electric vehicles, Emissions, Energy Saving, Green energy, Industry & Business, Politics & Government, Solar

Discuss this

« Prev | Page 3 of 4 | Next »

Featured Companies & Orgs 

Join Celsias now & make a difference

Join Celsias to commit to actions, invite friends, join projects & apply for green jobs!

Pledge to do these related actions

Don't own a vehicle, 211°

Haven't owned a car for 3 years

Build an information web site about Electric Vehicles with Zero Emissions, 16°

Build an information web site about Electric Vehicles with Zero Emissions. Provide this information so ...

Start Using Electric Vehicle To Cut Carbon Dioxide Emission, 11°

The Electric Vehicle industry develop fast during the past several. The stock of Tesla Motors, ...

Follow these related projects

Blog-A-Tree Campaign!

Florida, United States