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Extreme E Ocean X Prix

My Energi

myenergi set to bring a spark to Senegal for Ocean X Prix. With just 10 days to go until the Extreme E Ocean X Prix, myenergi, pioneer of the world’s first eco-smart EV charging device , is set to electrify the grid and bring a spark to proceedings in Senegal. Next Event Race 002, Lac Rose, Dakar, Senegal 29th-30th may 2021.

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US, China, and G-20 agree to work to global phase down of HFCs

Green Car Congress

The US reached separate agreements with the G-20 and with China to address the rapid growth in the use and release of climate-damaging hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs). Left unabated, HFC emissions could grow to nearly 20% of carbon dioxide emissions by 2050, a serious climate mitigation concern.

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Not The End Of The World — Africa Moving Towards Decarbonisation

CleanTechnica EVs

Dr Hannah Ritchie of Our World in Data asserts that the rapidity of change will enable us to avoid the worst of the climate catastrophe that is currently building.

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Extreme E: myenergi Desert X Prix Round Up

My Energi

Competing against eight other teams – three of them run by Formula 1 world champions Lewis Hamilton, Nico Rosberg and Jenson Button – myenergi is sponsoring the Hispano Suiza Xite Team in the series that highlights sustainability and climate change challenges by racing in threatened habitats around the world.

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What is Extreme E? – 1# Ultimate beginners guide to Extreme E

My Energi

Jordan states; The aim is two-fold – to highlight the climate challenges faced by different ecosystems across the globe whilst at the same time demonstrating the performance of all-electric SUVs. Extreme E is more than just a sport, it’s a worldwide awareness campaign shining a spotlight on the need for urgent action on climate change.

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IISD Releases Five-Part Series of Reports on Removing Fossil Fuel Subsidies

Green Car Congress

The issue of fossil-fuel subsidies drives right to the heart of climate change and sustainable development and must be addressed urgently. It focuses in particular on France, Ghana and Senegal, as well as drawing from case studies of other countries and previous work that examines the reform of energy subsidies and price subsidies.

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