- “IPCC: City Planners Face “Make-Or-Break” Moment For Climate Action” • Despite cities’ significant contribution to climate change, the IPCC finds that they also represent a huge opportunity for ambitious climate action – if they undertake swift and aggressive measures on the climate. The good news is cities are starting to mobilize. [CleanTechnica]
- “As US Looks To Nuclear Power, Uranium Sourcing A Concern” • As the Biden administration continues to push for green energy and nuclear power is increasingly seen as an attractive option, policy experts are warning that without a reliable, domestic supply of uranium, the US could find itself dependent on Russia for fuel. [Newsmax]
- “Federal Minister Of Transport Hands Over Funding Notices To Transport Companies From All Over Germany” • Around 1,700 buses will be procured by transport companies with new German funding, including around 1,400 battery, 150 fuel cell, 50 trolley, and 100 gas buses. Their maintenance and charging infrastructure are also funded. [CleanTechnica]
- “Europe Turns Its Back On Russian Coal. Is Oil Next?” • The European leaders have agreed to phase out Russian coal imports as part of a new package of sanctions triggered by evidence of atrocities in Bucha, Ukraine. Europe plans to wind down imports over the next four months, an EU source told CNN Business. An oil embargo could be next. [CNN]
- “DeLorean Will Debut Four New Models In 2022″ • The official launch of the reborn DeLorean Motor Cars EVolved is 90 days away. But the bigger news isn’t about what the electric DeLorean sportscar will be like. Instead, it’s that the new electric DeLorean sportscar is only one of several DeLorean models that will be rolled out this year. [CleanTechnica]
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