Concentration of CO2 in the Atmosphere

July 5 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Latest Project Drawdown Update Adds Eleven Ways To Stop Global Heating” • Project Drawdown issued its comprehensive guide to reducing greenhouse gas emissions in 2017, and it has updated its original plan since. The most recent update from the Project Drawdown group adds eleven new ways to address the climate crisis responsibly. [CleanTechnica]

Solar trackers (Image from Project Drawdown)

  • “We Can Have (Just About) Everything We Want For Energy And The Climate” • A study by Mark Z. Jacobson, et al, “Low-cost solutions to global warming, air pollution, and energy insecurity for 145 countries,” says we can make more money, live in a less expensive world, have huge health benefits, and stop carbon emissions, with very little downside. [CleanTechnica]
  • “Another Diesel Cheating Scandal – This Time It’s Hyundai And Kia” • Hyundai and Kia are at the center of the newest diesel cheating scandal. A spokesperson for Hyundai Motor Group in Seoul that also represents Kia confirmed raids coordinated by the European Union agency Eurojust at eight corporate properties to gather evidence. [CleanTechnica]
  • “Sydney Is Flooded, Again, As Climate Crisis Becomes New Normal For Australia’s Most Populous State” • Flooding in Australia’s most populous state has become the new normal, as residents in the Sydney area deal with more erratic seasonal swings. Big floods used to happen once in a generation. Now they happen several times in a year. [CNN]
  • “BMW 7 Series Begins Production In Dingolfing” • Production of the all-new BMW 7 and all-electric i7 luxury sedans has begun in the Bavarian town of Dingolfing. BMW says they’ve invested more than €300 million to ready the plant for production of the new 7, and is still working to transition its largest European plant to be “Lean, Green, and Digital.” [CleanTechnica]

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