Concentration of CO2 in the Atmosphere

August 1 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “How Bangladesh Can Benefit From Japan’s Super Grid” • Japan has sped up efforts to materialize its decade-old plan to de-carbonize Asia by connecting some of the biggest economies and the power-hungry populations through a 36,000 km integrated grid of renewable energy. Bangladesh is part of the “Asia Super Grid” initiative. [Dhaka Tribune]

Asia Super Grid (Renewable Energy Institute, Japan)

  • “Ten Ways Methane Gas Companies Are Misleading The Public” • Methane has been responsible for nearly half of global warming to date. Not only does methane gas use threaten to destabilize the climate , but burning gas in the home is bad for our health. Most Americans are unaware of this, and that is partly due to corporate greenwashing. [Environment Maine]
  • “India’s First Green Hydrogen Project Founded By PM” • In the Union Territory of Ladakh, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation for India’s first public use green hydrogen transportation project. The project will be built by National Thermal Power Corporation over the course of the following 18 months. [Northlines]
  • “McKinney Fire Spreads Rapidly In North Of California” • The McKinney Fire, which started in the northern Siskiyou county on Friday, has already burnt 52,500 acres (21,000 hectares), the state fire service said. At least 2,000 residents and visitors have left the area, authorities say. Some homes have been destroyed. It was 0% contained as of Sunday. [BBC]
  • “All Eyes Turn To Sinema As Democrats Face A Week That Could Transform Biden’s Presidency” • Democrats have a chance to accomplish something big. But to do that, they must push the Manchin-Schumer compromise climate and health care bill through the Senate. And to do that, they need to get the crucial vote of Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema. [CNN]

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