Concentration of CO2 in the Atmosphere

October 3 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Disconnection Caused the Climate Crisis. Reconnection Will Solve It” • A one principle binds together the daunting challenges and correlative solutions advanced by Paul Hawken and his team of researchers, essayists, and scholars in the book Regeneration: connection and reciprocity. We are pushings the natural systems that sustain us to the brink of extinction. [Sierra Club]

Butterfly (Kathy Servian, Unsplash)

  • “Norway’s EVs Break Through The 90% Barrier – Tesla Takes Top Two Trophies” • Norway’s plugin electric vehicle market share in September broke new ground, hitting 91.5% with full electrics taking 77.5% share. Diesels lost more than half their share year-on-year, falling to just 2.3%. Petrol and plugless hybrids did not fare much better. [CleanTechnica]
  • “The Shocking Numbers Behind The Lake Mead Drought Crisis” • The US largest reservoir is draining rapidly. Plagued by extreme, climate change-fueled drought and increasing demand for water, Lake Mead Colorado River reservoir just east of Las Vegas registered its lowest level on record since the reservoir was filled in the 1930s. [CNN]
  • “GM Begins BrightDrop EV600 Production, Moves Renewable Energy Target Forward” • General Motors sees an opportunity to get a jump on the competition when it comes to bringing electric delivery vans to market. It has created BrightDrop, a division to build electrified last-mile delivery vehicles. Its first offering will be the EV600. [CleanTechnica]
  • “Alaska’s Famous Fish, Salmon, Getting Smaller Due To Climate Change: Study” • One of the most popular fish among seafood lovers, Salmon, is getting smaller in size as per experts and that might be a result of climate change. A study reported that climate change can take a dangerous toll on valuable fishery, indigenous people and wildlife. [WION]

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