LGI's Attwood: Maturing climate change tech presents opportunities

Attwood, Dan
January 2014
Fundweb;1/8/2014, p1
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the report by Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change which reveals the predominant causes of global warming since 1950 including humans, and emissions of greenhouse gases that results in climatic changes. Topics discussed includes technologies which provide mitigation, and adaptation to global warming, Osmosis Global Environmental Enterprises Index, and low carbon energy production. Other topics discussed includes energy efficiency, water, and pollution control.


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