Concentration of CO2 in the Atmosphere

May 25 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “‘Kitty Cat’ Storms Hitting US Heartland Are Growing Threat To Home Insurance” • Insurance companies are threatened by hurricanes made worse by climate change, but the problem is becoming a crisis that stretches far inland. Another, less-talked-about disaster has wreaked havoc on states in the midwest and the Great Plains. [The Guardian]

Bad weather (Lucy Chian, Unsplash)

  • “Nearly 175 Arrested As Climate Protesters Target France’s TotalEnergies And Key Investor” • The head of TotalEnergies has told shareholders that new oilfields have to be developed to meet global demand, as the annual meetings of the French energy giant and one of its biggest shareholders were picketed. Police arrested 173 protesters. [The Guardian]
  • “Tootbus Unveils End-To-End Renewable Power For Its Electric Fleet With VEV Solar Panel Project in Wandsworth” • Tootbus, the world’s first low-emissions sightseeing bus company, has secured approval for plans to install roof-mounted solar panels on their Wandsworth depot, working in collaboration with VEV, an electric fleet provider. [CleanTechnica]
  • “Amazon Reaches Nearly 3 GW Of Renewable Energy Capacity In Spain By Enabling Twelve New Projects” • Amazon is enabling twelve new renewable energy projects in Spain, with a combined capacity of 596 MW. These energy agreements raise Amazon’s renewable capacity in Spain to over 2.9 GW, totaling 79 wind and solar projects. [About Amazon Europe]
  • “Freak April Heatwave In Southeast Asia ‘Virtually Impossible’ Without Climate Crisis” • The brutal heatwaves sweeping across Asia this year were made much more extreme due to the human-induced climate crisis, a study has found. This is the third year in a row that billions of people in Asia experienced brutal heatwaves that shattered records. [Yahoo News UK]

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