Eurojoule

Energy-Related Images

I have set up a Creative Commons Energy flickr group to make life easier who want to find royalty-free images for energy and environment related blogging. I have also chosen a new temporary banner from lydur’s nice photostream. I very much like this photo because it also has to do with my other preoccupation, the… » read more

Posted by Dániel Antal

The Copenhagen Climate Blog is a collaborative space is designed to address the issue of climate change within the scope of the Copenhagen Conference in December 2009. I think the Copenhagen Conference will be one of the most important events in the decade, so I will definitely put the blog into my reader and also… » read more

Posted by Dániel Antal

Hungary sold the right to emit 2 million tons of CO2 to Belgium. The contract is not available to the public. After a parliamentary questioning and media inquiries, the Hungarian ministry responsible for environment started to publish some details of the deal, claiming, that it would harm Hungary’s negotiation position in other deals under way… » read more

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The energy intensity of a country shows how much energy is needed to produce a single euro of gross domestic product (GDP). Central-Europe, which is more industry-oriented and has been addicted to cheap Soviet natural gas needs a lot more energy to produce its lower national income than Western Europe. This partly explains the worries… » read more

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Hello world!

This is my new blog on blogactiv.eu. My other blog, Central Europe Active has a regional focus. With this new one, Eurojoule, I start blogging about a theme that interests me: the generation, transmission, storage and consumption of energy, and its consequences on the environment and the market economy. I will start with a few… » read more

Posted by Dániel Antal