If you’re just tuning into 2020, the short summary is a nasty little virus spread across the world, killed 1.1 million people (probably considerably more, actually), and led to economic shutdowns that threw an enormous amount of hurt on societies across the globe
Gasoline and diesel vehicle bans became all the rage for a while a few years ago. One country after another announced plans or potential plans to stop selling fossil fuel vehicles by a certain year — 2030, 2040,
The US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) announced a directive just a few days before Christmas which will require PJM Interconnection to raise prices of wind and solar power to be in line with the cost of fossil fuels
A new report published this week by the International Renewable Energy Agency has found that 77% of onshore wind projects and 83% of utility-scale solar PV projects set to be commissioned in 2020 will be cheaper than the lowest fossil fuel-fired generation prices.
The statement is latest effort by the Trump administration to highlight one policy agenda — the expansion of the number of gas export terminals on the Atlantic and Gulf coasts. Earlier this month, …
As part of the trashing of the Green New Deal, the political right wing has claimed the deal will essentially ruin life as we know it, ban air travel, and even lead to cannibalism (no joke).Let’s take a look at reality
Fracking is banned in the entire state of New … Three new pipelines connecting the Permian Basin to the Gulf are scheduled for completion next year. Their combined capacity will be more than …
Costa Rica’s new president has promised to continue his country’s transition to renewable energy and to work toward eliminating all fossil fuels for its transportation sector by 2021.
Scientist have released a report detailing 20 natural steps that can be taken to lower carbon levels. Number one is planting more trees.
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