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  • v  remove carbon from (an engine)

  • We'd have to keep geoengineering indefinitely to balance out continued greenhouse-gas emissions, and the motivation to decarbonize might disappear if we believed we had an .
  • McCain is less willing to cite numbers, but he too assures campaign audiences that action to decarbonize America's economy will produce "thousands, millions of new jobs in America.
  • The technologies that will help us decarbonize energy are developing, but they need a push and that will only happen if we keep climate change near the top of our political .
News & Articles

  • Guest: Decarbonizing our future
    No question carbon released in the burning of fossil fuels is contributing to climate change. Sid Morrison and K.C. Golden, who disagree on energy strategy, agree on this: we must decarbonize our energy system.
    Dec. 16, 2013 - Seattle Times
Quotes

  • Stewart Brand in New York Times
    In his article, Mr. Brand argued, "Everything must be done to increase energy efficiency and decarbonize energy production."
  • Bryan Clay in San Francisco Chronicle
    The world has reached an unsustainable trend in greenhouse gas emissions, so we now need to take action to decarbonize as much as possible the world's energy mix. Resources are to be used more efficiently at the same time as we meet growing energy... Anne Lauvergeon http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anne_Lauvergeon&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNEhZnezOXGUa5fb6e7g2hkv04y5qw openPR (press release) http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.openpr.com/news/17320/New-report-calls-for-decisive-concerted-sustained-actions-to-combat-climate-change.html&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFxLSgNbAC-BkVmr5_oNyk106d49w Mar 22, 2007 25356 34228 decathlon I'd love for this to be a spark for the decathlon," said Clay, the 2004 Olympic silver medalist, "and bring it back to the forefront."

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