The Carbon Cost of Facebook's Phantom Profiles
Julian Hetherington chats with company founder and director David Rolton.
On the blog this week, Chairman Peter Rolton notes the worrying admission of 83million fake profiles on the social networking site, Facebook, and what the carbon equivalent of this surplus energy generation is.
He also comments on the knowing ignorance of the government in North Carolina regarding climate change, pertinently occurring at the same time as Professor Richard Muller refers to himself as ‘a converted sceptic’ following his own research.
Kate Roche writes this week about the staggering difference between the jubilant reception of North Sea oil as it was opened for business in 1975 and the resistance faced by renewable technologies of today.
Click on the ‘Thinking’ tab at the top of the screen to read this and other posts by the company.
Posted by: Kate Roche at 9:20 am on August 3rd, 2012
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