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Austin City Council adopted a resolution to become carbon neutral as soon as feasible, but no later than 2050. This is one of the most ambitious goals set by a city in the world and we are going to help with the development of the framework how to get there, and write up sector plan on what energy, waste, transportation and manufacturing sectors have to offer to make this a reality.

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FEAT, the Faith based Energy Action Team is bringing together houses of worship to promote climate stewardship and advocacy at their facilities, with their members and other organizations around town.

Our mission: Climate Buddies is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that wants to empower people to include climate change considerations into every decision they make. We focus on live interaction with groups of people, for-profits, spiritual groups, public and academia. We focus on people, inspiration, guidance and are result driven. Anyone who wants to start to integrate climate considerations in decision making is welcome to join us or invite us for collaboration.

Our invitation to you: meeting the global energy and climate challenges

  • If you could work on meeting the greatest challenge humankind has ever faced, would you?
  • Would it surprise you to know that the climate and oceanic systems have been so perturbed by the massive burning of fossil fuels that the very continuation of human civilization is threatened?
  • Do you yearn to be able to say to your grandchildren, and theirs – and everyone else’s – that you did your part to leave the earth in a healthier condition than when you were born into it?
  • Many suspect that the time left to return the earth to a healthy, resilient condition capable of sustaining human civilization is short. The climate recovery challenge is in fact an energy issue, a challenge to increase both the energy available to power essential services and to make affordable, renewable energy accessible to all.
  • We must and can increase the supply of energy available while reducing the total greenhouse gas emissions associated with energy generation to near-zero rates.

Understanding these premises, we must have the courage to yearn for a credible possibility that each of us, and billions of others like us from all over the world, will become true caretakers for the earth – our planet that has given life to our kind; the creation which protects and nourishes us even in its injured state.

We believe in a world where if we take care of the earth, we can take care of the people. The economy is facilitating in this, not the starting point, just the result.

Social media posts

2 days ago
“Carbon neutral” is not enough: Ecosia built its own solar plants

Webbrowsing that is privacy friendly and that takes greenhouse gases out of the atmosphere? Install Ecosia as your search engine and your searches will run on renewables, provide excess renewables to ... See more

Why do companies still burn fossil fuels? We love renewable energy so much, we built our own solar plants.

1 week ago
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UN: all transportation needs to be zero greenhouse gas emissions to meet our goals.

Here is how: Vehicle-e-Grid. Your car as part of the electricity grid maximizing renewable energy use. The video ... See more

2 weeks ago
Secretive energy startup backed by Bill Gates achieves solar breakthrough

20% of the world's greenhouse gas emissions can be reduced using this new solar technology. The company claims it can be used to make cement, steel, lime and even hydrogen using the sun and ... See more

A secretive startup backed by Bill Gates has achieved a solar breakthrough aimed at saving the planet.

2 weeks ago
Nearly all America's endangered species will struggle to adapt to climate crisis

Good morning: nearly all America's endangered species will struggle to adapt to climate crisis.

All but one of 459 species have traits making them vulnerable to rising temperatures, study finds.

All but one of 459 species have traits making them vulnerable to rising temperatures, study finds

3 weeks ago
Air pollution nanoparticles linked to brain cancer for first time

Health, another good reason to stop using diesel in cars: it ends up in your brain and causes cancer! Wanna try an electric car?

The ultra-fine particles (UFPs) are produced by fuel burning, ... See more

Exclusive: Produced by traffic, nanoparticles are already known to invade the brain and can carry carcinogens

4 weeks ago
The Permian paradox: Texas shale players go green to drill more

Shale gas companies rely more and more on solar and wind. Paradox or just another step in the inevitable decline of fossil fuels?

As the thirst for electricity to power drilling rigs in West Texas drives the st...

4 weeks ago
The last gasp of natural gas

The last gasp of natural gas.

The good news is that we have, in fact, already reached the end of the natural gas "bridge." Experience from around the country demonstrates how wind, solar and ... See more

Policymakers, regulators and investors would be wise to see the writing on the wall: The gas bubble is about to burst, and they won’t want to be caught with billions of dollars in sunk ... See more

1 month ago
Trump Serves Notice to Quit Paris Climate Agreement, as Diplomats Plot to Save It

Nothing new to report here: ASSHOLE

I am usually not this expletive, but some things just trump courtesy.

The United States notified the United Nations on Monday that it would leave the Paris climate agreement, staring the clock on a yearlong withdrawal process.

1 month ago
SUVs second biggest cause of emissions rise, figures reveal

Individual action does not add up, right? Think again. Growing demand for SUVs was the second largest contributor to the increase in global CO2 emissions from 2010 to 2018.

Can you please buy an ... See more

If SUV drivers were a nation, they would rank seventh in the world for carbon emissions

1 month ago
Gil

Do you know of any other system that is this inefficient? Electric cars take care of most of the middle parts. Autonomous shared mobility most of the left, bottom and right!

How’s that car working out for you?

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