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Title: Guy Dauncey 2007


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Global Climate Change Seeking Solutions that
Work
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I gratefully thank the photographers and
illustrators whose work I have so freely
used, and all who have taught me. Guy Dauncey,
March 2007 Please send note of errors and
corrections to guydauncey _at_ earthfuture.com
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There are only two problems on Planet Earth. The
first is the sum total of all our social,
economic, and environmental problems. The second
is the belief that we cannot solve them.
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The whole universe is made of energy, starting
with the Big Bang
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We are just beginners, however, in learning how
to use it.
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Millions of years ago, the sun shone on Planet
Earth. Forests grew, with giant trees and ferns.
As they fell, their hydrocarbons were stored
away underground.
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The moral of this story We are just
beginners. We make mistakes. We have
unimaginable potential.
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85 of all this energy comes from fossil fuels
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Their CO2 accumulates in the atmosphere

As we burn the fossil fuels
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But wait, theres a second problem Peak Oil
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No new oil or gas is being made, by God or
anyone.
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Growing Demand Shrinking Supply Rising
Prices, Energy Insecurity

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Burning all the worlds fossil fuels will
dramatically raise global temperatures. New
Scientist, March 4, 2006
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The Age of Fossil Fuels is very short

So what comes next?
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Shall we drink and be merry?
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Eat another planet?
Alexey Soloviev
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Or get on, and solve the problem?
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The Next Great
Energy Revolution
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Firewood
Solar, Wind, Hydro, Geothermal, Biofuels
Coal
Oil Gas
Nuclear
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2100
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We are simply entering a new energy revolution
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Every time humankind has switched from an
existing fuel to a newer one - from wood to
coal, coal to oil, oil to natural gas - the
switch has been associated with economic
progress. The same will be true for alternative
energies such as wind energy, solar power,
cogeneration, and fuel cells. - Jim Woehrle
and Julie Bach Minnesotans for an
Energy-Efficient Economy
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Sweden plans to end its dependency on oil by
2020 No home will need oil for heating no
motorist will be obliged to use petrol as the
sole option available." More use of
biofuels Biomass district heating Hybrid and
ethanol cars Renewable electricity
Sweden 9 million people
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For us as a company, the debate about CO2 is
over. We've entered a debate about what we can
do about it. You are from the United States.
Why don't you join the Kyoto agreement? You see
an initial framework there and you can build on
that for our future.
Jeroen Van Der Veer, CEO Royal Dutch Shell,
speaking to Americans attending the Arab
Strategy Forum Dubai, December 4th 2006
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HEAT Can we keep warm with sustainable energy?
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Super-Efficiency
Everything could use half as much energy
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Home efficiency retrofit Up to 50 energy savings
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Solar hot water - evacuated tubes
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Solar hot water on the Best Western Inn, Kelowna
www.swisssolartech.com
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Solar wall heating
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British Columbia goal of 100,000 solar roofs by
2020 10,000 by 2010 (30 PV, 70 Solar hot water)
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Heat Exchange
Ground-source heat Air-source heat Water-source
heat Sewer-source heat
A geo-floor being laid
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Ground Source Heat 2 million installations in 30
countries 13 Growth rate pa 16,000 to 24,000
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Air-Source Heat Pumps
Cost 5,000 - 12,000 Energy gain in mild BC 1
unit in, 3 to 3.5 units out.
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Water Source Heat-Pumps
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Sewer Source Heat-Pumps
In Zurich, Switzerland, 200 metres of sewer
provides a third of the heat for 940 homes 1.5
metres of sewer heats one home
www.rabtherm.de
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Solar Thermal 12 months a year
Solar heating 12 months a year
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Drake Landing, Okotoks, Alberta Solar Thermal
Heating 12 months a year
The Energy Centre
Community solar heat panels
Solar hot water panels
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BioHeat from Columbia Fuels is a fuel blend
consisting of 20 biofuel combined with ultra-low
sulfur home heating fuel that can be used in any
existing furnace oil system without modification.
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Biomass cogeneration
Energy Centre
?
Beddington Zero Energy Development, Sutton,
London, UK
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Dockside Green, Victoria
www.docksidegreen.ca
www.docksidegreen.ca
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TRANSPORT
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Automobile CO2 emissions
What are the Solutions?
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The Amazing 1 Horse-Power Car?

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Community Ride-Sharing?



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How to reduce our use of oil to zero
Step 1 Dont travel at all

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Step 2 Walking These feet were made for
walking, and thats just what theyll do. One of
these days these feet are going to walk the way
to school.
Toronto Walking School Bus
Toronto Walking School Bus
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Step 3 Get them wheels rolling
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Too Pooped to Pedal? Go Electric!
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Step 4 Share a Ride
Work-based green travel clubs Community
Ride-Sharing Club www.carpool.ca www.shareadrive
.ca
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liftshare Britains national car-sharing company
Members registered with liftshare 153,41 Members
obtaining a match 32 Trips registered for next
12 months 33 million Yukon equivalent would be
15,000 shared trips a year www.liftshare.org
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Step 5 Transit
Boulder, Colorado Neighborhood Eco-Pass 50 to
130 a year
  1. U-Pass for all local residents, paid with
    municipal taxes
  2. Transit expansion funded by carbon tax
  3. Long distance comfortable, on-board Internet, OJ

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Automobile CO2 emissions
What are the Solutions?
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Fuel Efficiency Standards have been frozen for
20 years
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Fuel Efficiency versus Safety
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To show whats possible.. Shell Eco-Marathon
Fuel-Efficiency Challenge
2003 Team Microjoule, St Sebastien/Loire, France.
10,705 miles per gallon
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Supermileage UBC Contest winners 3145 mpg
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Future vehicles which method of propulsion?
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Hydrogen? Biofuel? or Electric?
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Option 1 Green Hydrogen
Schatz Energy Research Center
Use green electricity to produce
hydrogen. Possible for cars, trucks, ships,
planes. Problems Time - infrastructure -
Cost Nothing planned until 2020
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Option 2 Bio-Fuels
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Ethanol from crops sugar cane, switchgrass, corn,
cellulose wastes
The grain required to fill a 25-gallon SUV gas
tank with ethanol could feed a person for a whole
year.
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Area required to power 50 of miles driven in US
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Land needed if all vehicles used 10
biofuel USA 30 of cropland European Union
72 of cropland World 35 of cropland

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Biodiesel from waste fats
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Restaurant fats, animal fish wastes, crop
wastes Drawback Limited amount of waste fats
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In Zurich, 1200 cars run on Kompogas made from
yard waste compostables www.kompogas.ch
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Biogas from sewage runs 30 buses in
Stockholm 200 buses by 2010 Stephen Salter, 2007
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...plus ten taxis... Stephen Salter, 2007
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...and 220 cars, ramping up to 1,500 in the
future Stephen Salter, 2007
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Another substitute for oil.. Thermal Conversion
Process Anything into oil www.changingworldte
ch.com
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The Thermal Conversion Process mimics the
Earths natural geothermal process by using
water, heat and pressure to transform organic and
inorganic wastes into oils, gases, carbons,
metals and ash. Even heavy metals are transformed
into harmless oxides.
3. Depolymerization
7. Biodiesel storage
2. Heat
4. Hydrolysis splits complex molecules into
simpler units
6. Separation of gases, biodiesel, Water and
solids
  • Organic
  • and inorganic
  • matter

5. Inorganic Material storage
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Agricultural wastes are almost 50 of the total
yearly waste generation in the US 6 billion tons
With TCP, the 6 billion tons could theoretically
be converted into 4 billion barrels of
oil. Global oil consumption 31 billion barrels
a year US oil consumption 7 billion barrels a
year
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Option 3 Electric Vehicles 2006 Mitsubishi
MiEV
Top speed 130 kph (80 mph) Lithium Ion
batteries, range 130-160km (75-100 miles)
Recharge in as little as 20-25 using a 200-volt
fast charger Home recharging in up to 11 hours
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Tesla EV Roadster (2006)
0 to 60 in 4 seconds 250
miles per charge 92,000 US 1 cent per mile
10,000 miles 100/year 8 per month 25
cents/day www.teslamotors.com
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Take a hybrid, such as the Prius.
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Add extra batteries
Plug-In Hybrid EV (PHEV) 100 mpg
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Reduce the Weight


2002 Prototype Volkswagen 1-Litre 285 mpg Weight
290 kg Regular car 1400 kg 80 less weight
80 less fuel
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15 cents a day
Hummer 15 mpg 150/month Regular car 25
mpg 100/month Toyota Hybrid EV 50
mpg 50/month Plug-in Hybrid EV (PHEV) 100
mpg 25/month Lightweight PHEV 600 mpg
4/month 15 cents a day 10,000 miles
a year Wind-power charged _at_ 8 cents/kWh
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Can Electric Vehicles work in the cold?
EV Solectria Force in Wisconsin at -17º
Celsius (6º F in the sun)
..with simple battery heating and insulation,
the performance of electric cars is not
significantly affected by cold weather. A 1987
VW EV Jetta experienced a range reduction of
just 0.4 after cold-soaking for 42 hours at -17º
C compared to its range at 20º
Celsius. www.econogics.com
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Car Sharing
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What about commercial goods?
Japanese hybrid truck 30 reduced fuel
use Plug-In hybrid 70 reduced fuel on local
trips
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Coming soon
Hydrogen made with excess electricity from the
alternator injected straight into the combustion
chamber reduces fuel use by 22
This could lead to the Hydrogen Enhanced Plug-in
Hybrid EV
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How will airplanes fly?
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Hydrogen? The A 310 Airbus designed for hydrogen
With 23,000 flights a day, where will all the
hydrogen come from?
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Solar ?
The Solar Impulse One person - 30,000 ft - 6
layers thermal underwear
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Helium and biodiesel?
Slow, but possible
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Teleconferencing Coming soon to every Mac and PC
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This assumes Green Electricity as the main
power for most transport backed with biofuels or
hydrogen.
Where will it come from?
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1 EFFICIENCY Great potential for saving energy
With the best policies, tax credits, and
incentives, we could reduce our demand for power
by 50.
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LED lights only use 1 to 5 watts
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2 SOLAR Solar Energy 40 growth pa 50
cents/kWh Global Potential Enormous
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12 kW solar shingles, Montana
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The Solar Future
Muhlhausen Solar Farm, Bavaria, Germany 10 MW,
9,000 homes, 30 acres
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Solar PV Wall Freiburg, Germany
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3 GEOTHERMAL
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MIT Study of deep rocks geothermal
electricity Potential resource Truly
vast Drilling technologies needed oil and gas
industry Potential commercial scale 10 to 15
years Cost of electricity 3.6 to 9.2 cents kWh
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2004 Geothermal Map of North America
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4 WIND Global potential Enormous
Kappel Wind Farm, Lolland, Denmark
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2005 60,000 MW Global potential 72 million
MW 40 x todays global power needs
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Installed capacity Germany 17,000 MW Spain
10,000 MW US 8,000 MW India 4,000
MW Canada 1,050 MW www.canwea.org
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Pearl River tower Guangzhou, China 69 stories
high Will produce more energy than it uses Wind,
solar, natural cooling Heat from rainwater and
humidity Skidmore, Owings Merrill, Chicago
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Tidal energy BCs potential 2,500 MW Global
potential 18 of worlds power needs
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Wave energy 9 cents kWh
500 kW Limpet, Islay, Scotland Pelamis,
off Portugal
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Micro-hydro BCs Potential 2,530 MW
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Biomass power 5-12 cents/kWh
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Biogas 16 million household digesters 12 - 20
cents kWh Anaerobic digestion and co-generation
creates electricity, heat, and fertilizer
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Investment in Renewable Energy 1995 7
billion 2004 30 billion 20-25 of total
power investment
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The Price of Sustainable Energy

Today 2020
Wind (onshore) 3 - 5 2 - 3
Wind (offshore) 6 - 10 2 - 5
Solar PV 20 - 80 4 - 10
Wave 8 - 20 5 - 7
Tidal 8 - 15 8 - 15
Biomass 5 - 15 4 - 10
Geothermal 2 - 10 1 - 8
US cents per kWh
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When the winds not blowing, how can we firm up
intermittent power?
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1. Reservoir Storage
When wind turbines generate more power than
needed, hydro generation is cut back and the
surplus wind power Is stored behind the dams.
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2. Flow Batteries
A regular battery is full when its chemicals
have absorbed all the charge. A flow battery
allows the charged chemicals to flow into a
storage tank, enabling the battery to store more
power. On King Island, near Tasmania, south
Australia, this has enabled the increased use of
wind in the grid from 10 to 40.
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3. Cold Storage
Refrigerated warehouses use power day and night.
When the temperature of stored frozen products
is allowed to vary by 1º C, the warehouses can
act as a 50,000 MWh battery storing more than
twice the projected average hourly wind power
production in the EU by 2010. Night Wind
project, Netherlands
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4. Electric Cars (Vehicle to Grid V2G)
1 million V2G vehicles could generate up to
10,000 MW of electricity 20 power plants 2001
study by AC Propulsion, EV maker in San Dimas,
Calif.
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Tying it all Together The Distributed Grid
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Bonneville Power Administration, WA
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What About Coal?
By 2012 China 562 new plants India 213 new
plants USA 72 new plants Total 327,000
MW 1200 - 2700 MT of CO2 a year for 60 years
58 other nations are planning 340 more plants
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The Coal-Fired Inferno
2700 MT of CO2 a year 5 times more than the
planned Kyoto reductions for 60 years
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Clean Coal? Carbon Capture Sequestration
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  1. Separate the CO2 emissions from the waste gases
  2. Transport the CO2 by pipeline
  3. Bury it away underground, hopefully for ever
  4. But will it produce yet more CO2 from oil? (see
    3)
  5. Will it pollute underground aquifers? (see 2)

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Norways Statoil Sleipner CO2 sequestration
Cost of CCS 20 to 70 per tonne of CO2 Norways
carbon tax 50 per tonne
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Clean Coal Carbon Capture Sequestration
Existing projects Algeria In Salah Gas, 1 MT a
year underground, EOR Canada 70 Enhanced
Oilfield Recovery (EOR) projects Germany Ketzin,
CO2 storage experiment (60,000 tonnes) Norway
Sleipner underground storage (since 1996) CO2
Capture Projects 8 leading global energy
companies Planned projects Britain Centrica,
North Sea storage California Thornton CO2
storage experiment (4000 lbs) Germany
Vattenfall, Underground burial? Nothing likely
at any serious level until 2030 US DoE - not
commercially practical for 15 years
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What about Nuclear Power?
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10 Reasons why Nuclear is not a Good Idea
  1. The private sector wont touch it
  2. The tax-payer is on the tab for insurance
  3. Same spent on efficiency does more
  4. Wastes are radioactive 250,000 years
  5. Uranium is a limited resource
  6. Cooling fails during hot summers
  7. Rising sea levels flood ocean plants
  8. Constant links to cancer
  9. Nukes can lead to nuclear bombs
  10. Nukes and terrorists.

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How could BC advance the renewable energy
revolution?
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How much sustainable, green electricity could
British Columbia generate?
Today 60,000 GWh MW GWh/yr Cents/kWh Jobs
Wind 5000 11,000 6-12 31,250
Microhydro 2530 11,108 4-9 5,700
Wood waste biomass 215 1800 4-9 484
Geothermal 1070 9,000 5-9 7,000
Tidal 2225 13,000 11-25 13,906
Landfill gas 15 85 4-5 20
Solar PV 6000 12,000 60 - 20 210,000
Total potential power 58,000
Efficiency n/a 12,500 3-6 145,200
Solar Hot Water n/a 10,000 n/a 60,000
GeoExchange Heat n/a 3,750 n/a 21,420
Total 84,250 413,560
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Motor Vehicles in BC EV Power Demand
 Canada B.C. kWh per 16,000 km GWh per year power demand
Total vehicle registrations, 2004 25,100,296 2,707,940
Total road motor vehicle registrations 19,081,478 2,410,482
Vehicles weighing less than 4500 kg 17,920,360 2,273,461
(a) Super Lightweight 1,000,000 1500 1500
(b) Medium weight 1,000,000 3000 3000
(c) Normal weight 273,461 6000 1640
Vehicles weighing 4500 kg to 14999 kg 389,810 78,622 10,000 786
Vehicles weighing 15000 kg or more 285,154 14,198 15,000 213
Buses 77,447 8,201 15,000 123
Motorcycles and mopeds 408,706 35,999 1,000 36
Trailers 4,492,733 268,241 2,000 536
Off-road, construction, farm vehicles 1,526,083 29,216 6000 175
Total 8,000
BCs current electricity use 60,000 GWh/yr
Statistics Canada EV power data. Guy Dauncey
August 2005
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www.bcsea.org
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  • In Europe, the best policy is the
  • Advanced Renewables Tariff
  • (aka Feed Laws/Standard Offer)
  • All R.E. providers have guaranteed access to grid
  • Guaranteed price per kWh
  • Tariffs secure for 20 years
  • Possible size limit for each technology
  • Cost shared by all utility ratepayers
  • Ontario Power Authority, under 10 MW
  • Wind, microhydro, biomass 11 cents kWh
  • Solar 42 cents kWh
  • BC could do likewise

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Germanys policy has led to
110,000 PV systems 2,000 biomass plants 6,000
small hydro 16,500 wind turbines 45,000 jobs in
wind
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What can I do?
Grow local organic food
Make your home super-efficient
Travel by foot and bike
Put solar on your roof
Share rides, use biodiesel
Organize a small climate group
Become active
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What is your Carbon Footprint? Driving 1 litre
of gas 2.34 kg of CO2 10,000 km (1000 litres)
2.34 tonnes of CO2 Flying Victoria to
Calgary return 250 kg of CO2 Electricity
(diesel) 10,000 kwh 6 tonnes of CO2 Heating
Oil 1 litre 2.6 kg of CO2 Gas 1 gigajoule
52 kg of CO2
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Become Carbon Neutral Solar Electric Light Fund
www.self.org
Solar PV in place of kerosene as carbon
offsets 10 US per tonne
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What Can Your Business Do? Five Step Program
Step 1 Form a Climate Solutions Team.
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Five Step Program Step 2 Hold a series of
brown bag lunches. Talk about what your business
could do.
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Five Step Program Step 3 Organize a Trip
Reduction Program with rewards for staff who
reduce the most.
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Five Step Program Step 4 Organize a Lets
Save Energy Campaign Appoint an Energy Manager
for each building to be in charge of demand
reduction and cost savings.
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Five Step Program Step 5 Calculate your
greenhouse gas emissions. Set a target to reduce,
and start planning.
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What Can Your Community Do?
Be a champion for your region Set clear goals,
as many cities have done Engage other people,
and their creativity
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Squamish
Feb 6, 2007 Global Warming Action Plan
Unanimous approval 12 Step Pledge to Reduce
GHGs Municipal leaders and governments have the
extraordinary ability to change the current trend
of global warming at the grassroots level.
Municipalities can do this by finding and
facilitating innovative and practical examples,
and positively influencing the behaviour and
attitudes of their employees and citizens. -
Councillor Patricia Heintzman
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  • Squamishs
  • 12 Step Pledge to Reduce GHGs
  • Do inventory of emissions, set targets, create an
    action plan
  • Adopt and enforce anti-sprawl land-use policies
  • Promote green transport options
  • Encourage and increase use of green energy.
  • Building Code improvements
  • Energy Star equipment appliances for municipal
    use
  • Increase efficiency of municipal facilities
  • Increase average fuel efficiency of municipal
    fleet

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Squamish Existing Initiatives
Smart Growth concept plan for Downtown. OCP
under review for smart growth. Policies and
bylaws to implement smart growth Biodiesel
Pilot Program Idling Reduction Policy 30-year
energy plan Wind Energy feasibility analysis
Energy Savings Plan to help residents
Recreation Centre energy retrofit
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Oak Bay, Victoria Climate Action Task Force just
established USA 490 cities striving to meet
the Kyoto goal
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Mayne Island, BC Cool Islands
initiative Community educational workshops
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One Planet
Many sectors
Many technologies
Many policies
Political will
Personal will
Science
Education
Investment
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Form a CRD Climate Action Team Choose a clear
goal 33 reduction by 2020 or 60 reduction by
2020 Establish a Local Carbon Tax Use 50 of
the income to reduce taxes 50 to reduce
emissions
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Local Carbon Tax
BC 195,000 barrels of oil a day 71 million
barrels a year 1 barrel 119 litres 71 million
barrels 8,450 million litres a year CRD
330,000 people 8 of BC 8 of 8450 million
litres 676 million litres a year Carbon tax at
20 cents/litre 135 million a year 50 as tax
break on municipal taxes 450 per household 50
for a Climate Solutions Fund 67 million
184,000 a day
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Buildings Home retrofit program (tax credits,
grants, loans) Solar hot water as a utility
program Energy upgrades as a utility
program Incentives for geothermal home
heating All buildings to be Energuide 80 by
2020 All homes to be upgraded each time they are
sold Energy and water efficiency certificates to
be sold on the market - no building permits
unless certificates are bought and retired.
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Transport CRD-wide Ride-Share program All
motor dealers to display vehicle efficiency
data Community bulk order for Plug-in
Hybrids Video-conferencing for many more
meetings Incentives for cycling - 40 cents/km
allowance Community challenge to reduce single
occupancy commuting
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Farming in the CRD
More food grown locally less trucked flown
in Organic cultivation stores carbon in the
soil More fresh, healthy food
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Together forever save the earth ? Anggi Dito Dwi
Septian, Age 8 ? Al Amanah Elementary School
?Jakarta (Indonesia)
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Do we sit back and wait for the sea level to rise
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Or do we get to work, and build the world we
want?
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Thank you
"Ignoring climate change will be the most costly
of all possible choices, for us and our
children."? Peter Ewins, British Meteorological
Office
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Stormy Weather 101 Solutions to Global Climate
Change by Guy Dauncey with Patrick Mazza New
Society Publishers 2001 27.95 CWMA Discount
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