Wednesday, May 18, 2022
HomeMiddle Column'Number of planned coal plants in U.S. has plummeted from 150 to...

‘Number of planned coal plants in U.S. has plummeted from 150 to 60 in the past 5 years – ’97 plants rejected since 2001!’

-

.

- Advertisment -

Related Articles

Polynyas are Critical for Polar Bear Spring Feeding

Sea ice is still abundant in spring (April-June), which is the critical feeding period for polar bears: they must consume about 2/3 of the...

Claim: Bringing Order to The Chaos of Sea Level Projections

We will see the first half-meter rise before the end of this century, even if we start reducing greenhouse gas emissions on a large...

COP26: No Countries Have Delivered on Promise to Improve Climate Plans

As I commented after COP26, why would any country suddenly come up with a new emissions cutting plan, if it refused to before Glasgow?