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"The rising carbon dioxide footprint may be troublesome, but it is a side effect of the creation of immense benefits." - Peter Allitt, quoted by M.J. Kelly.
Energy is the master resource. Without energy nothing happens. The more energy we have, the richer we are. The United States is a 10,000 Watt society; Mexico, 2,000 W; Haiti, 500W.

Part1:   Introduction

1.  About  Stopping Climate Change  (To Chapter Directory) 

Part 2:  The New Fuels

  2.  Advanced Nuclear Energy   (To Chapter Directory)  
  3.  Advanced Biofuel Energy   (To Chapter Directory)  

Part 3:  The Era Of Decarbonization.  Transitioning to new fuels between now and 2050.

  4.  The Decarbonization of Electricity   (To Chapter Directory)
  5.  The Carbon Neutralization of Fire   (To Chapter Directory)  
  6.  Cogeneration of Heat and Power (CHP) for Building Complexes   (To Chapter Directory)  
  7   City Residential Energy and Utility Systems     (To Chapter Directory) 

Part 4:  Beyond Fuels

  8Energy Efficiency      (To Chapter Directory)  
  9.  Resiliency and Adaptation: Surviving in a Severely Climate Changed World    (To Chapter Directory)  


About: This is an unfunded personal web site by a retired control systems engineer dedicated to educating the public about ending Climate Change by using traditional nuclear reactor energy for community electricity production and to also use advanced (high, and very high, temperature) nuclear energy to synthesize biofuels using carbon dioxide as feedstock as a way of making carbon-neutral combustion fires available for personal use by all the world's people.  Nothing more. 
All material on this web site was gathered from the internet and is being cited here for educational purposes only without any author's or publisher's knowledge.
Some material has been annotated by this web site's author. Items will be upgraded, replaced, or removed as better material becomes available.

Suggestions need to be properly vetted by competent engineering companies such as Bechtel or Fluor before anyone should even begin to consider taking these suggestions to the bank. 
The Devil hides in the details. Engineering a detailed preliminary design of a pilot plant for something untried is a good way to vet an idea.



1980 Honeywell "Alpha-Delta 3,000" large building complex energy management system computer installation engineered by author.