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ENEP426 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Fast Fourier Transform, Treaty, Additionality

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19 Apr 2017
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History - uncover why things are the way they are. Social, economic, political factors that have all lead to climate change. In order of us to solve th
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ENEP426 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: James Hansen, Keeling Curve, Green Economy

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23 Feb 2017
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36% us citizens viewed climate change as a major issue. Science can informs us on climate change, validity, predict impacts, causes of climate change,
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ENEP426 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Population Equivalent, Status Quo

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11 Apr 2017
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Truly developing - very reliant on primary resources- ag not resources. 65% of all crops get their water from rainwater and cc will effect ag due to le
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ENEP426 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Proverb, Collective Action, Group Of 77

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11 Apr 2017
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Old proverb - 2 wrongs don"t make a right. China is the best example that exists in the world today of unsustainable development * Poverty level in chi
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ENEP426 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Jevons Paradox, Base Load Power Plant, List Of Sovereign States And Dependencies By Area

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6 Apr 2017
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The us, china, the eu are the top three influential countries in climate change negotiations. Of these three the most influential is the eu- considered
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ENEP426 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Kyoto Protocol, Scientific Reports, James Hansen

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28 Feb 2017
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& media - any tv station needs aviators. Media can influence politicians and citizenry as well. Support cc action- called supporters of action. In rece
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ENEP426 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Kyoto Protocol

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26 Apr 2017
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Important to look at for things like cc. Why things are the way they are. High consumption rates, high incomes, most benefits. Greatest capacity to do
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ENEP426 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: John Holdren, Ice Core, 2Degrees

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10 Feb 2017
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Worked on the formula ei=pop x aff x tech. Pop - more people, more problems, more resources used. Aff is how much stuff people use. Climate change cons
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