A guest post by Stewart Taggart Imagine a world in which Australia becomes a ‘clean energy superpower’ exporting huge volumes of clean, green, zero-greenhouse gas electricity to Asia, powering homes, industry and electric vehicles. It requires vision. It requires will and leadership. But it’s not that farfetched. If we’re willing to dream a little… TREC/DESERTEC-Australia […]
Hard-nosed reflections on the limitations of large-scale renewable energy, as well as canvassing possible solutions…
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We’ve overshot the ‘safe’ level of atmospheric greenhouse gases are are going to be forced to look for ways to artificially cool the planet, or alternatively, to rapidly drawn down free-air CO2. Most geoengineering solutions look to do the former. For instance, the ‘simulated volcano’ (stratospheric sulphates) or ‘sunshade world’ (mirrors in space) are intended […]