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Spain wants 100% renewable electricity by 2050 as part of climate change strategy – pv magazine International
The Law on Climatic Change being prepared by the Spanish government provides greenhouse gas emissions be reduced by 20% compared to 1990 levels in 2030, and that the electric system has 70% generation from renewable energy sources. By 2050, the targets will be raised to 90% and 100%, respectively.
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More heatwaves, fewer babies? Climate change may zap male ...
More heatwaves, fewer babies? Climate change may zap male fertility, scientists find
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yesterday by mgifford
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"Moving toward 24x7 Carbon-Free
Energy at Google Data Centers:
Progress and Insights"
carbon  change  climate  Google  sustainability_related  energy 
2 days ago by jwmh
The California Fires and the Threat of Climate Change
"To make things worse, each of these wildfires do further damage to the climate system, since trees store carbon in much the same way that coal does, and release it, as carbon dioxide, when they burn. In fact, already, in a state like California, taking aggressive action on fuel-efficiency standards and other climate initiatives, a single major fire can wipe out all of the climate progress made that year through environmental regulations. In that way, among others, climate change is already making a mockery of meliorist, small-bore response."
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2 days ago by pacpost

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