Copy
Forward | Web Version | Update preferences | Unsubscribe
Like Inside Clean Energy: Here’s How Covid-19 Is Affecting The Biggest Source of Clean Energy Jobs on Facebook share on Twitter
In the 05/21/2020 edition:

Inside Clean Energy: Here’s How Covid-19 Is Affecting The Biggest Source of Clean Energy Jobs

Since the pandemic arrived, the country has lost almost 600,000 clean energy jobs.
Inside Clean Energy

read more


share on Twitter Like Inside Clean Energy: Here’s How Covid-19 Is Affecting The Biggest Source of Clean Energy Jobs on Facebook

Greenhouse Gas Emissions Plunge in Response to Coronavirus Pandemic

A new study finds that carbon dioxide emissions fell as much as 17 percent, but the annual 5 percent projected for this year won’t have a long-term climate effect.

After growing at the rate of 1 percent per year in the last decade, daily emissions of heat-trapping carbon dioxide suddenly plunged by as much as 17 percent globally in early April as the world responded to the covid-19 pandemic. 

In some countries, the drops were bigger: 30 percent in the United Kingdom, and 32 percent in the United States, as the global response to the spreading coronavirus shut down air travel, emptied streets and slowed the thrum of industrial machinery. 

read more


share on Twitter Like Greenhouse Gas Emissions Plunge in Response to Coronavirus Pandemic on Facebook

Copyright © 2020 InsideClimate News, All rights reserved.


Email Marketing Powered by Mailchimp