NewEnergyNews: Good News In The World’s Climate Crisis Fight


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    Friday, January 06, 2023

    Good News In The World’s Climate Crisis Fight

    Climate crisis: 4 reasons for hope in 2023

    Jonathan Overpeck, January 4, 2022 (The Hill)

    “…[2022’s extreme summer heat, winter cold, droughts, wildfires, intense rainfall, floods, hurricanes and coastal destruction left] no doubt that the climate crisis is accelerating…[But there are] four big reasons for hope in the coming year…1) The reality of climate change is sinking in…More than ever, people in the United States and globally are listening to science and taking action to stop climate change…[G]lobally, young people are demanding action on climate change and having real impact…[and for] the first time, UN climate policy negotiations officially recognize young people as stakeholders…

    …2) Climate action across the U.S. is now very real… 3) The multiple economic benefits of clean energy are becoming too obvious to ignore…European countries, China, India, Australia and many more are working to accelerate the global clean energy transition…[In the U.S.,] two major funding packages enacted by Congress, plus many climate action initiatives driven by the White House, are by far the biggest federal push ever…[T]he latest 2022 research estimates that the clean energy transition will save the global economy trillions of dollars in terms of energy costs…[and] trillions of dollars associated with avoided climate change impacts…

    …4) Climate action is increasingly designed to be equitable and just…In this clean-energy world, the countries that created the climate crisis will be the ones that help and empower the less affluent countries…[so talk] about climate change in your own communities, support climate action initiatives with your time and resources, work to elect political leaders who will lead on clean energy, and most importantly: Don’t lose hope.” click here for more


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