Wind and solar power advance, but carbon refuses to retreat

By National Wind Watch Two decades have passed since diplomats from around the world emerged from a conference hall in Kyoto, Japan, with what was billed as the first deal ever to limit emissions of carbon dioxide and other heat-trapping greenhouse gases that are relentlessly warming the earth’s atmosphere. Climate diplomacy has made a lot of progress since then. All but one of the world’s nations – the United States – have enlisted in the cause, making concrete commitments to reduce their reliance on fossil fuels. . . .

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