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abc.net.auHow government inaction fuelled the renewables boomThose despairing Australia will ever solve its energy crisis should take heart: Australian business and consumers have left their political leaders behind, opting for renewables backed up by gas, hydro and, to a smaller but growing extent, batteries.
forbes.comHalf Of All Power Set To Come From Renewable Energy By 2050, While Coal Recedes To Just 11%By the middle of the century, renewable energy sources such as wind and solar are set to generate half of the world's power, as a result of continuing cost falls in the two technologies and batteries. There is still a role for gas as back-up to renewables, but just 11% of power will come from coal.3
innovationtoronto.comElectrogeochemistry can capture carbon, produce fuel, and even offset ocean acidificationResearchers analyze global potential for 'negative emissions energy' using electricity from renewable sources to generate hydrogen fuel and capture carbon dioxide Limiting global warming to 2 degrees1
solarindustrymag.comGiant Gemini Solar PV Project Planned In Nevada - Solar IndustryQuinbrook Infrastructure Partners, a global investment manager specializing in lower-carbon and renewable energy infrastructure assets, has announced the 690 MW AC Gemini Solar Project in Nevada. The project will be located on nearly 44,000 acres of Bureau of Land Management (BLM)-supervised property approximately 25 miles northeast of downtown Las Vegas. The project is also sited near …
alternet.orgCorporations May Take Credit for Environmental Action—But Their Lobbying Shows the True StoryCompanies often trumpet their good deeds while hiding their efforts to block progress. Today most large companies like Exxon Mobil, Ford and GM issue slick reports extolling their efforts to conserve resources, use renewable energy or fund clean water supplies in developing countries. This emphasis on efforts to curb environmental harm while benefiting society is called corporate sustainability.
actionnetwork.orgSIGN NOW: Demand all 2018 candidates support a “jobs for all” plan that invests in U.S. workers.President Trump and his party only care about cutting taxes for the rich and the giant corporations, not creating good-paying jobs for millions of working families. Senator Bernie Sanders wants to guarantee a job paying at least $15 an hour (with health care benefits) to “every American worker who wants or needs one.” Senators Kirsten Gillibrand and Cory Booker have embraced similar plans. America needs to create millions of jobs -- to rebuild our public infrastructure and move to a renewable energy future. Already, 10,000 Americans have pledged to fight for such an economic agenda. Tax cuts for the rich won’t create good jobs in communities harmed by racism, segregation, and rural isolation. A nation-wide job guarantee will revitalize neighborhoods and entire regions -- and it will better prepare us against the next economic recession. Stand with Campaign for America’s Future, Our Revolution, and People’s Action and sign the petition! Call on all 2018 candidates to support a “jobs for all” plan -- like Bernie Sanders’ -- that invests in U.S. workers.1