Advocates Press To Sharply Cut Coal Power, Among Other Climate Shifts

October 29, 2021
Climate change advocates are pressing governments and utilities across the globe to drastically reduce the share of coal-fired electricity, arguing the step is one of the most critical out of dozens of market shifts that must occur to meet long-term global warming targets. The findings are included in an Oct. 28 report published by six climate groups, “State of Climate Action 2021,” which assesses 40 progress indicators in multiple sectors such as power, buildings, transport, technological carbon removal, land use...

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