An eye on renewable energy


The silhouettes of wind turbines are seen standing at sunset on property used by EDP Renewables North America LLC Lost Lakes Wind Farm in Milford, Iowa, U.S., on Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016. Wind energy, the fastest-growing source of electricity in the U.S., is transforming low-income rural areas in ways not seen since the federal government gave land to homesteaders 150 years ago. Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg

THE world’s climate change enthusiasts concluded their meeting in Marrakesh, Morocco, last month. In the words of the organisers: “The Conference has successfully demonstrated to the world that the implementation of the Paris Agreement is underway and the constructive spirit of multilateral cooperation on climate change continues.”

Some view the statement as over optimistic considering recent sceptical rhetoric from the US which many see as equivalent to ridiculing the entire climate change claim.

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