carbon reduction

How many times have you experienced frustration about the issue of climate change, and felt powerless to effect tangible change? You're not alone.
The much-awaited 2015 United Nations Conference on Climate Change will continue as planned in Paris. Only now, there are higher hopes.
Unless large restrictions on carbon emissions are established around the globe, but particularly in the world's two top emitters, China and the US, scientists predict ocean level rises of three to six feet in this century, triggering massive evacuations.
The greenest technology in the world will help no one if it cannot be marketed. In addition to government assistance, the private sector must rely heavily on itself to create and market the latest in the green space.
The future of a truly sustainable industry will live or die on its ability to take raw inputs that are naturally clean and use them to form the same end products that we're already used to.
We need an official, approved and legislated policy on carbon reduction and we need it now.