Enterprise Information Technology Solutions
We at Trac-Car think Climate Change has to be addressed urgently.
Carbon Credits Market Proposal
A Carbon Credits Market can be based on CO2 emissions reduction algorithms applied to real-time metrics from the national electricity grid.
No matter whether the choice is a carbon tax or emissions trading scheme, a global price on carbon is the best chance for the international community to address climate change successfully to limit global warming to 2 degrees.
An international carbon market based on accurate metrics can stimulate new investment in emissions reduction activities.
View the Trac-Car article in the Respond 2014 magazine, from the United Nations COP 19 in Warsaw
For data exchange about climate projects, science and economics, information models are absolutely essential to deploy public information sharing by geographic location. Trac-Car is designing a Climate Cloud to link greenhouse gas emission reduction projects with scientific and economic viability workflows. We'd like to make this a searchable public data cloud. A Climate Cloud can provide for online applications and processing of climate project financing.
Climate Knowledge Management White Paper
The deployment of real-time global climate information sharing can provide dissemination of local knowledge from hands-on experience, as well as established climate science. Most countries are responding to climate change with specific activities addressing agriculture, horticulture, silviculture, and aquaculture as well as improvements to local ecosystems. Knowledge sharing and collaboration across organisations is key. What help can ICT provide for disaster management?
ICT Response to Climate Risk
Trac-Car was the winner of an RTCC inaugural Sustainable Technology award, presented at the United Nations Climate Change COP19 conference Warsaw, November 2013