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Global Carbon Budget 2022: Global fossil CO2 emissions expected to grow 1.0% in 2022

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During the Global Financial Crisis in 2008/9, the COVID19 pandemic, and now the Ukrainian War, economic stimulus packages were meant to put the world on a cleaner and greener path, but this is not at all evident in the CO 2 emissions data. Climate Change Emissions Market Background

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ADB Study Finds Annual Economic Losses in Southeast Asia from Climate Change Could be More Than Twice the Global Average

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Southeast Asia, one of the most vulnerable regions in the world to climate change—due to its long coastlines, high concentration of population and economic activity in coastal areas, and heavy reliance on agriculture, natural resources, and forestry—is likely to suffer more from climate change than the global average, according to a new Asian Development Bank (ADB) study, titled The Economics of Climate Change in Southeast Asia: A Regional Review.

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Next 10 report finds California must increase GHG reductions to 4.9%/year through 2030 to meet target

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California’s progress in reducing greenhouse gas emissions has temporarily reversed, with pollution upticks signaling an increasingly difficult path ahead in achieving the state’s 2030 and 2050 climate targets, according to the 12 th annual California Green Innovation Index —released by the nonpartisan nonprofit Next 10 and prepared by Beacon Economics. This year’s Index highlights just how much things need to change. Private sector investment can also drive green stimulus.

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South Bay Bicycle Coalition Scores $240,000 Grant! Huge Grassroots Victory for Brand New Bike Group

Creative Greenius

But it’s even better news for the health of our South Bay communities – not just for the obesity-fighting exercise that people on bicycles are going to be getting, but just as importantly, for the cleaner air we’re going to get to breathe thanks to people using pollution-free bicycle transportation instead of driving their cars. citizen volunteer climate change environment 350.org South Bay Bicycle Coalition Steve Diels Supervisor Mark Ridley Thomas Todd Dipaola

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The Future Ain’t What It Used To Be

Creative Greenius

While Exxon continues to spend millions of dollars every single day to defeat climate legislation and desperately avoid having to pay for the damage and destruction their product is responsible for, the souls they’ve bought and paid for in Congress continue to deny the reality of global warming. They’re the same people who had no problem flushing a trillion dollars down the Iraq weapons of mass destruction stimulus for the evil and wealthy.

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The Solangelist’s Vision Shines Brighter

Creative Greenius

Seems like a perfect use for some stimulus money, don’t it? Sure, we can all be fine little energy savers like my wife and I have been - changing out all our light bulbs and lamps to CFLs; replacing all our appliances with energy star models, adding Solatubes to bring in natural light, turning off the computers and power strips every night and making all the other energy saving moves we’ve made. The Greenius Plan To Spread Rooftop Solar Faster Then The Common Cold.

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Cleantech Blog: Smart Grids and Electric Vehicles

Tony Karrer Delicious EVdriven

Cleantech Blog Cleantechblog.com, the premier cleantech site for commentary on news and technology relating to clean tech, greentech, energy, climate change and carbon, and the environment. Ontological Shock An Open Letter to Fred Krupp Report from GridEcon Conference SGS Climate Change Head on the First Carbon Credit. The Three Prongs of the “Green&# Energy Stimulus Pa.

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