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October 12 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “What Tiny Bhutan Can Teach the World about Being Carbon Negative” • High up in the Eastern Himalayas is one of the greenest countries in the world. While many nations are struggling to reduce their carbon emissions, the Kingdom of Bhutan is already carbon negative: it takes more greenhouse gasses from the atmosphere than it emits. [CNN]

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  • “Bill Nelson Says Global Warming Led to Hurricane Michael’s Strength: ‘Listen to the scientists’” • Florida Sen Bill Nelson bluntly assigned blame for how an October tropical storm swiftly grew into the most powerful hurricane to ever hit the Florida Panhandle: It is global warming. He said “Florida is ground zero” on climate change. [TBO.com]
  • “Building Equitable Circular Societies” • A Circular Economy is a regenerative system in which resources are kept in use for as long as possible, with maximum value recirculated. Products and materials are offered as a service so they can be recovered and regenerated at the end of each service life. Instead of cradle to grave, it is cradle to cradle. [CleanTechnica]
  • “That $3 Trillion-a-Year Clean Energy Transformation? It’s Already Underway” • To keep global warming in check, the world will have to invest an average of around $3 trillion a year over the next three decades in transforming its energy supply systems, a the IPCC report says. It will not be cheap, but it is already underway. [InsideClimate News]
  • “New DC Renewable Energy Goal – 100% Renewable Adoption by 2032” • The IPCC report said quick action is needed on climate change. The DC council met to consider major climate legislation, and came up with an aggressive plan to cut carbon emissions. The new goal would be 100% clean electricity by 2032, up from 50%. [Hydrogen Fuel News]
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