Concentration of CO2 in the Atmosphere

May 10 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “2.5ºC Is Now The Best Case Scenario, Climate Scientists Tell The Guardian” • Recently, The Guardian reached out to every lead author or review editor of IPCC reports since 2018 to ask them how the fight against global heating was going. Of the 380 people who responded, many expect climate havoc to unfold in coming decades. [CleanTechnica]

San Francisco in 2020 after fires (Patrick Perkins, Unsplash, cropped)

  • “Lithium-Sulfur EV Batteries To Be Tested By Automakers” • The crowded field of next-generation EV batteries is getting more crowded by the minute. New solid-state technology has been catching much of the attention, but lithium-sulfur formulas have also attracted innovators and investors. Sulfur is a low cost, non-toxic, abundant, material. [CleanTechnica]
  • “Chevrolet Malibu Heads For The Junkyard As GM Shifts Focus To Electric Vehicles” • The Chevrolet Malibu, the last midsize car manufactured by a Detroit car maker, is heading to the junkyard. General Motors confirmed that it will stop making the car, which came out in 1964, as the company focuses more on EVs. GM sold just over 130,000 Malibus last year. [ABC News]
  • “Companies Partner To Boost Biodiversity At UK Renewable Energy Sites” • Two companies are working together on five solar+battery projects in the UK to ensure that each site meets its biodiversity net gain targets. The targets require improvements in the habitat as part of The Environment Act 2021 that came into force this year. [Renewable Energy Magazine]
  • “Eli Opens Reservations For Its $12K ZERO Electric Microcar In The US” • If you’ve been waiting for a super-cheap EV that can handle all of your daily driving needs, you’re in luck. Eli Electric Vehicles is taking reservations in the US for its flagship vehicle, the $12,000 ZERO microcar, and sales are expected to begin in the third quarter of this year. [CleanTechnica]

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