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May 2 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Costa Rica Restored Its Forests And Switched To Renewable Energy. Can The World Learn From It?” • Switch to renewable energy. Stop deforestation. Restore ecosystems. They’re lofty goals that more and more corporations and governments are setting for themselves. If it seems too ambitious, just look to Costa Rica. [The Verge]

Costa Rica (Filip Mroz, Unsplash)

  • “World Heading On 3°C Trajectory” • A five-year delay to the energy transition could see the global average temperature rise to 3°C above pre-industrial levels, Wood Mackenzie analysis shows. The data provider studied the implications of a delayed energy transition, amid political uncertainties, inflation, and elections across the world. [reNews]
  • “Uzbekistan To Build Over 20 GW Of Renewable Capacity By 2030” • Uzbekistan will create more than 20 GW of renewable energy capacity by 2030, President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev said. Trend reports that the president also said the country is aiming to increase its share of the green energy balance to 40%. [Trend News Agency]
  • “Appeals Court Rejects Climate Change Lawsuit By Young Oregon Activists Against Us Governmen” • A federal appeals court panel of three judges rejected a long-running lawsuit brought by young Oregon-based climate activists who argued that the US government’s role in climate change violated their constitutional rights. [ABC News]
  • “Congressional Investigation Reveals New Evidence Of Big Oil’s Decades-Long Campaign To Deny Climate Science” • Oil and gas companies, along with their top trade groups, were aware for decades that carbon emissions contribute to climate change, according to a scathing new report published by congressional investigators. [DeSmog]

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