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1.  The limits of renewable energy  

2023-01-24
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27 curated links about the limits to renewable energy.

2.  Economic benefits of wind, solar in rural Appalachia could top $65 billion  

2022-10-26
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Yale Universities Climate Connections
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Renewable energy projects would generate local tax revenue, land lease payments, and wages. The post Economic benefits of wind, solar in rural Appalachia could top $65 billion appeared first on Yale Climate Connections.

3.  Despite Turmoil in Energy Markets, the Shift to Clean Energy Is Gaining Steam  

2022-10-18
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Yale E360
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For the first time, the world is on pace to invest more in wind and solar power than in oil and gas drilling. Analysts say the clean energy transition is gathering momentum despite recent tumult in the market.Read more on E360 →

4.  Ramping Up Renewables Can’t Provide Enough Heat Energy in Winter  

2022-09-20
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Our Finite World
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We usually don't think about the wonderful service fossil fuels provide in terms of being a store of heat energy for winter, the time when there is a greater need for heat energy. Figure 1 shows dramatically how, in the US, the residential usage of heating fuels spikes during the winter months. Sola...

5.  Shift from Fossils to Renewables Will Save $12 Trillion by 2050  

2022-09-18
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scheerpost.com
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The green transition just became an even bigger no-brainer.

6.  A Rapid Shift to Clean Energy Would Save the World $12 Trillion, Analysis Shows  

2022-09-14
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Yale E360
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The world would save at least $12 trillion by phasing out fossil fuels and shifting to renewable energy by 2050, according to a new analysis from the University of Oxford. Read more on E360 →

7.  The Clean Energy Transition Enters Hyperdrive  

2021-11-25
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Inside Climate News
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After decades in which governments and industry groups have often assumed that the shift to renewable energy will be a financial burden, economists and analysts are increasingly making a case that the opposite is true: The transition will lead to cost-savings on a massive scale that will add to its momentum...

8.  Plans To Dig the Biggest Lithium Mine in the US Face Mounting Opposition  

2021-11-07
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Inside Climate News
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HUMBOLDT COUNTY, Nevada—Deep below the tangled roots of the old-growth sagebrush of Thacker Pass, in an extinct super-volcano, lies one of the world’s largest deposits of lithium—a key element for the transition to clean energy. But above ground, a cluster of tents has risen in the Northern Nevada deser...

9.  How a Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty Can Guide a Global Just Transition & Emission Cuts  

2021-11-04
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Democracy Now!
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We speak with Harjeet Singh, senior adviser with the Climate Action Network, who is at the U.N. climate summit in Glasgow. Activists like Singh are pressuring world leaders to join the Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty, which would supplement the Paris Agreement by directly targeting the fossil fue...

10.  Clean energy could save American lives to tune of $700 billion per year  

2021-11-01
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Yale Universities Climate Connections
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New research quantifies how actions to curb climate change will yield immediate benefits from cleaner air, better health, and longer lives. The post Clean energy could save American lives to tune of $700 billion per year appeared first on Yale Climate Connections.

11.  The World Is Transitioning To EVs, But Our Nation's Power Grid May Not Be Ready  

2021-10-20
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ZeroHedge News
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The World Is Transitioning To EVs, But Our Nation's Power Grid May Not Be Ready While electric vehicles are undoubtedly the future, the question of whether or not our power grid is also ready for the “future” has started to surface. Especially in places like New York. Power outages and appeals from utilitie...

12.  Give Bus Passengers Free Hotel Stays for Long-Distance Trips  

2021-07-03
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Jacobin Magazine
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There’s something strangely peaceful about nightfall on a Greyhound. I felt this on a December 2018 trip from Chicago to Los Angeles, as we passed through New Mexico. The dark and quiet enveloped me, seeming to calm the whole bus. The sun was down before 5 p.m., and within minutes, it might as well hav...

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