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"Not everything is bad. For the first time ever, the US produced more electricity from wind and solar than coal.

"15 states now get at least half their electricity from zero-carbon sources"
– @ brent_peabody
10:58 AM - Apr 29, 2023 (Edited)
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MEAction NOW
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In response to Jerf.
This is awesome! I had missed this when it was originally sprouted, glad to know the information! Gives me hope 😄
03:15 AM - Dec 30, 2023
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ALIS ITLATOL
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my community now has 100% day time solar in one of those grey areas -
20 yrs ago the prez of the electric coop told me "all solar can not be done" i said - do it anyway - of course 1st we had to pay off an outside elec contract

what's your community doing?
04:23 PM - Sep 28, 2023
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Julio Carlos
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This spout was removed because the account associated with it was suspended.
06:26 PM - Aug 24, 2023
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Wht Eva
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I can’t believe Florida can’t do the same.
08:40 AM - May 03, 2023
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Mimi Wells
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Florida could, but
08:54 PM - Nov 01, 2023
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Susan Bialas
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Good to know! C'mon #Massachusetts , get goin'!
08:19 AM - May 03, 2023
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Matt Egan he/him/his
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There is no reason Colorado isn't using about 90% renewable energy. We have 2 things almost all day every day: sun and wind. It seems like a no-brainer to drastically expand renewable energy sources here. Fracking is the real answer. Nothing says "Colorado" like flammable tap water.. (Check YouTube)
03:40 PM - Apr 30, 2023
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Yvette
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New York should be EMBARRASSED we’re not on here! Governor Hochul? 🤷‍♀️
01:24 PM - Apr 30, 2023
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KM Laurence
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In response to Jerf.
Thank you for sharing such a positive message. We have South Australia here who are powered 70% by renewable energy. Hopefully, move states everywhere will follow eventually.
11:41 PM - Apr 29, 2023
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Dad The Geek
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In response to Jerf.
Well, not quite “zero carbon” as it takes a lot of carbon resources to manufacture and transport these “green devices”.

It’s a step in the correct direction, though.
08:37 PM - Apr 29, 2023
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You look marvelous
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Wind and solar and the climate is hotter and windier. The energy of this planet could have been solar and wind in the 1970's if certain Republicans had not been bought and sold!
08:31 PM - Apr 29, 2023
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frog_enabler
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The existence of this huge, vibrant coral reef near a deep trench, which cools and nourishes it, in the Caribbean gives one a bit of hope. (I love a tale of the sea!) https://www.pbs.org/wnet/n...
04:13 PM - Apr 29, 2023
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Jerf
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That is very cool, yes. Happy to see it.
04:18 PM - Apr 29, 2023
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Metl Mann
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Australia is making big progress on this front too. Let's keep it moving forward!
04:01 PM - Apr 29, 2023
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Colleen Redding ☮️
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Thanks for this!
04:00 PM - Apr 29, 2023
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