Today’s Solutions: August 11, 2022

The fossil fuel coal had a hard time in 2016, and experts say it’s only going to get worse. According to researchers, the number of new coal-fired power stations being built worldwide in 2016 dropped 62 percent. Additionally, there was also a 48 percent reduction in “pre-construction activity”. Greenpeace argues that the dramatic slowdown for coal means that the world can now hope to keep global warming to within two degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels, the point at which climate change is expected to become particularly dangerous.

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