- “The Rebirth Of A Historic River” • For millennia, the Yurok people in Northern California have depended on fishing for salmon. But that source has been in decline after the Klamath River was dammed for hydroelectricity. Now, the fortunes of the Yurok could be set to change, as the largest dam removal project in US history has been given a green light. [BBC]
- “As Fed Says Climate Change Is A Financial Hazard, Trump Fires Person In Charge Of NCA” • In denial of his recent defeat, Donald Trump has been firing people he thinks disagree with him. This week began with the firing of the executive director of the organization responsible for preparing the National Climate Assessment. [CleanTechnica]
- “MHI Vestas Installs First 9.5-MW Floater” • MHI Vestas has installed the most powerful turbine on a floating offshore wind platform. The V164 9.5-MW turbine was installed on a Principle Power WindFloat platform at an installation harbor. It is the first of five that will go to the Kincardine floating offshore wind farm, off Scotland. [reNEWS]
- “Electric Boats Are Popping – Three New Electric Boat Stories” • As battery prices have dropped, more varied types of electric vehicles have been popping onto the scene. That includes boats built for different purposes. In this article, we look at a few pieces of news about three types of electric boats, some built for heavy work, and some just for fun. [CleanTechnica]
- “To Meet Climate Targets, Renewable Investments Need To Be Tripled: Report” • The 2020 edition of “Global Landscape of Renewable Energy Finance” highlights that while a cumulative $1.8 trillion were invested during the five-year period of 2013 to 2018, the amount falls short to achieve the global climate goals. The amount needs to be tripled. [Saurenergy]
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