As young people rightly demand real solutions to climate change, the question is not what to do — eliminate fossil fuels by 2050 — but how. Beyond decarbonizing today’s electric grid, we must use clean electricity to replace fossil fuels in transportation, industry and heating. We must provide for the fast-growing energy needs of poorer countries and extend the grid to a billion people who now lack electricity. And still more electricity will be needed to remove excess carbon dioxide from the atmosphere by midcentury.
“Researchers with Stanford University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology recently released a study detailing reasons
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House members have introduced an identical companion to the Senate’s premier nuclear legislation, opening the
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May 30, 2019 – To tackle climate change, natural gas has got to go. Expert
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VANCOUVER – With nuclear power facing an uncertain future in many countries, the world risks