Future of Energy Industry

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Energy industry trends by Futurist conference keynote speaker Patrick Dixon. Oil, gas, coal, biofuels, geothermal, wind, wave, solar power generation. Energy prices, oil price forecasts and renewable energy growth. Green technology, energy savings, subsidies, regulations. Pollution and environment. Global warming, CO2 emissions, climate change, carbon trading, carbon capture and carbon taxes. Energy companies and power generation for rural areas, cities, nations. Smart grids, peak oil and energy capacity. Energy conservation, energy saving, air conditioning and heating systems. Future of real estate construction and improving energy efficiency. Oil companies, shipping, logistics, distribution. Sustainagility book on sustainable business and sustainability issues.

Lecture 28: Trees cannot solve global warming

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        httpwww.globalchange.com Old carbon dioxide needs to be stored underground. Carbon capture technology and carbon sequestration. Carbon offsetting and carbon trading. Balancing carbon footprint. Developed world and emerging economies carbon revolution. Carbon saving attention move to investment in solar, wind, wave energy generation. Nuclear fission and fusion. Lessons from scientific research. Conference keynote speaker and Futurist Dr Patrick Dixon.

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