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Anything Goes » Three Big Trends in US That Will Help Address Climate Crisis By 2030 » Mon Feb 11 8:58 am

In 2018, NASA revealed that Asia glaciers were streaming slowly as they melted, which was affecting the water supply in the barren lands. In the same year, greenhouse gas emissions marked a record high. Arctic sea ice also reached its lowest extent on 19th September, 2018. In addition to this, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change declared that we have only until 2030 to deflect catastrophic climate change. The world is headed for an excruciating future, but climate and energy news in 2018 wasn’t all bad.   Improved clean energy technology, cheaper technology and ambitious policies; these three big trends are sure to address the climate crisis. In 2018, the political will to stand up against climate change not only gained momentum, but the greenhouse gases case became stronger. This year, most people were in favour of regulating greenhouse gases. Many activists stipulated for a comprehensive strategy, “Green Deal”, for decarbonizing the economy. Let’s have a closer look. Improved Clean Energy Technology 2018 was the year when a wide range of new and established clean energy technologies were deployed. For instance, electric scooter rentals arrived in America, multiple companies invested in gigantic wind turbines, vast suite of new solar energy technologies were introduced and even many carbon dioxide spewing coal plants were closed down, despite of Trump administration’s continuous attempts to prop up the ailing industry. Cheaper Technology The massive decline in clean energy technology prices have been a big reason for renewable energy to take off. In United States, solar energy [co

Anything Goes » Three Big Trends in US That Will Help Address Climate Crisis By - 2030 » Mon Feb 11 8:56 am

In 2018, NASA revealed that Asia glaciers were streaming slowly as they melted, which was affecting the water supply in the barren lands. In the same year, greenhouse gas emissions marked a record high. Arctic sea ice also reached its lowest extent on 19th September, 2018. In addition to this, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change declared that we have only until 2030 to deflect catastrophic climate change. The world is headed for an excruciating future, but climate and energy news in 2018 wasn’t all bad.   Improved clean energy technology, cheaper technology and ambitious policies; these three big trends are sure to address the climate crisis. In 2018, the political will to stand up against climate change not only gained momentum, but the greenhouse gases case became stronger. This year, most people were in favour of regulating greenhouse gases. Many activists stipulated for a comprehensive strategy, “Green Deal”, for decarbonizing the economy. Let’s have a closer look. Improved Clean Energy Technology 2018 was the year when a wide range of new and established clean energy technologies were deployed. For instance, electric scooter rentals arrived in America, multiple companies invested in gigantic wind turbines, vast suite of new solar energy technologies were introduced and even many carbon dioxide spewing coal plants were closed down, despite of Trump administration’s continuous attempts to prop up the ailing industry. Cheaper Technology The massive decline in clean energy technology prices have been a big reason for renewable energy to take off. In United States, solar energy [co

Anything Goes » Three Big Trends in US That Will Help Address Climate Crisis By 2030 » Mon Feb 11 8:55 am

In 2018, NASA revealed that Asia glaciers were streaming slowly as they melted, which was affecting the water supply in the barren lands. In the same year, greenhouse gas emissions marked a record high. Arctic sea ice also reached its lowest extent on 19th September, 2018. In addition to this, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change declared that we have only until 2030 to deflect catastrophic climate change. The world is headed for an excruciating future, but climate and energy news in 2018 wasn’t all bad.   Improved clean energy technology, cheaper technology and ambitious policies; these three big trends are sure to address the climate crisis. In 2018, the political will to stand up against climate change not only gained momentum, but the greenhouse gases case became stronger. This year, most people were in favour of regulating greenhouse gases. Many activists stipulated for a comprehensive strategy, “Green Deal”, for decarbonizing the economy. Let’s have a closer look. Improved Clean Energy Technology 2018 was the year when a wide range of new and established clean energy technologies were deployed. For instance, electric scooter rentals arrived in America, multiple companies invested in gigantic wind turbines, vast suite of new solar energy technologies were introduced and even many carbon dioxide spewing coal plants were closed down, despite of Trump administration’s continuous attempts to prop up the ailing industry. Cheaper Technology The massive decline in clean energy technology prices have been a big reason for renewable energy to take off. In United States, solar energy [co

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