Tenfold Boost in Power Alternatives by 2050 Urgently Needed

On the eve of the next round of climate change negotiations in Buenos Aires November 2-13, a prominent U.S. physicist has revealed research showing that the Earth's atmospheric carbon dioxide content cannot be stabilized without a tenfold increase in carbon emission-free power generation over the next 50 years. Carbon dioxide (CO2) is the primary greenhouse gas responsible for destructive global warming.


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