Concentration of CO2 in the Atmosphere

August 21 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Would You Rip Up Your Lawn For $6 A Square Foot? Welcome To Drought-Stricken California” • The megadrought affecting the American West has been record-breaking, with no tangible relief in sight. It’s forcing cities to crack down on lawn watering, and some are paying residents to replace their lawns with plants that can live with drought. [CNN]

Cholla Cactus Garden (Tyler Casey, Unsplash)

  • “Some Of The World’s Rivers Are So Desiccated, They Have Become Virtually Impassable” • To be stuck “up a river without a paddle” is an expression for a sticky situation you can’t get out of. But if the river is in the northern hemisphere this summer, it’s likely the paddle won’t be helpful, anyway. River traffic has come to a halt in many places. [CNN]
  • “Volkswagen ID. Buzz Cargo Now Open For Orders In UK, £479/Month Starting Price” • The fully electric ID. Buzz is finally (almost) here. The Buzz may be an attractive model for people who want to live a new version of the 1970s in the 2020s, but it can also simply be a very useful commercial light vehicle for delivering goods around the city. [CleanTechnica]
  • “Today’s Forecast For Tucson, Arizona” • Now it’s rain and floods for parts of Arizona, with nearly four inches of rain, and a lot of flooding. The flash flood watch will continue through Saturday night at 11 PM. Temperatures will be about five to eight degrees below normal because of the recent storms and increased cloud cover. [Today’s Forecast for Tucson Arizona]
  • “Zelenskyy, Putin Signal Support For International Inspection Of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Plant” • Both Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and Russian President Vladimir Putin have signaled support for international inspectors to visit the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant. This comes after both nations claimed the other attacked it. [USA Today]

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