Thanks partly to extra solar and wind power,
global CO2 emissions would have been more than 600 million tonnes higher this year.” – Reuters
Instead, CO2 emissions are expected to ‘only’ increase by about 300,000,000 ton(ne)s; about 1%. That’s the sort of news we need to hear, to cheer greater progress, and to encourage greater adoption of renewables. This 1% is particularly impressive considering the numerous crises and disruptions happening worldwide. Anecdotes like the city in Florida that relies on renewables and that didn’t lose power after a hurricane need to be celebrated, but also become the norm.

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