Play media An early video showing some activities in a conservation laboratory at the Rijksmuseum A temporary windowed partition along restoration work area in the cloister of the Church of St. Trophime, Arles The care of cultural heritage has a long history, one that was primarily aimed at fixing and mending objects for their continued use and aesthetic enjoyment. During the 19th century, however, the fields of science and art became increasingly intertwined as scientists such as Michael Faraday began to study the damaging effects of the environment to works of art.
It focuses on the potential carbon emissions from developed reserves — where the wells are already drilled, the pits dug, and the pipelines, processing facilities, railways, and export terminals constructed.
The reserves in currently operating oil and gas fields alone, even with no coal, would take the world beyond 1. With the necessary decline in production over the coming decades to meet climate goals, clean energy can be scaled up at a corresponding pace, expanding the total number of energy jobs.
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