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Will Nature Put an End to the Global Warming Debate?

A scan of the past week’s climate news suggests this may be the case.

U.S. cities tackle climate change, lead in the failure of national government

U.S. Cities are Tackling Climate Change

Although the U.S. pulled out of the Paris climate treaty, cities across the country are doing what they can to tackle climate change. Cities play an important part in limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees. That’s the limit that is necessary to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. Achieving that goal requires big changes as soon as possible, according…

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Myanmar Mangrove Restoration Project First to Receive Verified Carbon Standard Certification

Six million mangrove seedlings had been planted with an 86 percent success rate as of the VCS report. Worldview International Foundation aims to restore 100,000 hectares (247,000 acres) of destroyed mangrove forest in Myanmar over the next 15 years.

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Fossil Fuels to Account for Over 50% of Global Energy Production Out to 2040

Despite efforts to stem the rising tide of human greenhouse gas emissions, oil & natural gas will remain the dominant source of energy out to at least 2040.

The view from atop Salesforce Tower in San Francisco, the second only to San Diego as the greenest city in the United States

California Leads the Nation In Environmental Initiatives

California leads the nation and the world in its environmental initiates. A WalletHub study show 6 of the 10 greenest cities in the US are in California.

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Charitable Foundations Pledge $4 Billion for Global Climate Action

Announced at the 2018 Global Climate Action Summit, the $4 billion pledged is to be invested in advancing deployment of low- and zero-carbon solutions.

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Path to New Climate Economy Leads to $26 Trillion in Economic Benefits

The potential rewards of making the transition to sustainable, circular economies are greater than originally estimated – including $26 trillion worth of economic benefits globally out to 2030. We’re at a critical juncture regarding the forging a new, climate-conscious economy and avoiding the profound impacts of runaway global climate warming, however, according to the Global Commission on the Economy and Climate.