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Cheerio! – Renewable Energy is the Lucky Charm for General Mills

Renewables Now: April 24 (Renewables Now) – Minnesota-based food major General Mills Inc (NYSE:GIS) has joined the RE100 global corporate initiative and set an objective to source 100% renewable power by 2030. The company announced this on Thursday and presented a list of existing renewable energy projects that allow it to cut Scope 2 greenhouse […] […]

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The falling cost of renewable energy — The Earthbound Report

Can the world afford the transition to renewable energy? That’s been a nagging concern for years. The cost of renewable energy has consistently been used to delay action on climate change. There may have been an argument ten years ago, but anyone making the case today is not paying attention. This graph is from the […] […]

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Summary Page — Jamaica making headway in Alternative Energy solution in the Caribbean

Jamaica has been one of the most advanced country when it comes to the implementation of renewable energy in the English Speaking Caribbean. The reason for Jamaica’s diversification of their energy sector is because of the volatile and expensive petroleum imports as well as the negative impacts the burning of fossil fuels have on the […] […]

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  • by Aurora Project Group
  • June 17, 2020
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Low-carbon technology could make a big difference in COVID-19 recovery

In the near future, policy leaders will have to choose whether to continue on the old path or to put their bets on sustainable investment, placing clean growth at the center of their recovery strategy. A new book shows that this is possible. — Read on blogs.worldbank.org/climatechange/low-carbon-technology-could-make-big-difference-covid-19-recovery

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  • by Aurora Project Group
  • June 17, 2020
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Analysis: Wind industry vying to become partner for global economic recovery

Wind industry stakeholders led by the Global Wind Energy Council has signed a statement, indicating readiness to make a contribution to economic recovery. — Read on http://www.esi-africa.com/industry-sectors/renewable-energy/analysis-wind-industry-vying-to-become-partner-for-global-economic-recovery/

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