India, Once a Coal Goliath, Is Fast Turning Green

Posted: June 4, 2017 in Uncategorized

Originally posted on GarryRogers Nature Conservation: GR: Here’s some good news. In a surprising development, India has begun moving from coal to solar energy. The country’s air-pollution problems are part of the reason. The rapid decline in the price of solar power is also a factor. Smog enveloping buildings on the outskirts of New Delhi in…

via India, Once a Coal Goliath, Is Fast Turning Green – The New York Times — Antinuclear

Comments
  1. We humans have a tendency to only tackle a problem when it reaches a critical stage. In the face of our global climate disruption, this attitude hampers our ability to move forward at a much faster pace in shedding our reliance on fossil fuels.

  2. Sad but true, Rosaliene. Hopefully it’s not too late to prevent catastrophic climate change – for millions of people in third world country’s I suspect it may be too late.

  3. Rick Cooley says:

    Meanwhile, the powers that be in the US are headed in the opposite direction.

    • The people at the top are – but it looks like most of America’s big city mayors have ignored the Trump administration and signed on to the Paris climate change agreement.

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