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Noologistic Accounting of Environmental Impacts

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NAEI debunks the myth of clean green technologies through obvious calculations. For example, it makes it possible to compare by an accurate calculation the magnitude of the harmful effects on the environment of any energy sources. These may be both renewable energy sources and fossil fuel sources.


The NAEI can provide individuals, households, communities and policymakers with complete, objective and reliable information about the environmental impact of their activities to develop and implement daily consumption, lifestyle and investment decisions. For example, it can be a UNFCCC instrument for stabilizing greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere.


To implement it, you do not need to create new equipment.

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