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Dated: 2024-04-11. Added: 2024-04-11.

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cross-posted from: https://slrpnk.net/post/8527221

Climate cooperation

The two countries pledged to work more closely to reduce the effects of climate change and to accelerate the transition to clean energy. They announced the creation of a “new high-level dialogue” on the implementation of their own domestic measures to maximize the effectiveness of their policies.

The two countries pledged to work toward modernization of power grids and to share best practices in that area.

The United States praised Japan’s move to resume nuclear power generation. “In pursuit of this vision, the United States applauds the prime minister’s plan to restart nuclear reactors to meet its 2030 decarbonization goals,” the statement said.

Archived copies of the article: ghostarchive.org archive.today

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I'll note that this is very different from what the Trump administration did, where they actively worked to create a loophole for this pollution. If you're an American who prefers to see active regulation chemicals which raise cancer risk and harm reproduction, it's worth checking your voter registration to make sure it hasn't been purged, volunteering if possible, and donating if you can afford it

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cross-posted from: https://slrpnk.net/post/8519264

“There’s no ambiguity about the data,” said Gavin Schmidt, a climatologist and the director of the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies. “So really, it’s a question of attribution.”

Understanding what specific physical processes are behind these temperature records will help scientists improve their climate models and better predict temperatures in the future.

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Electric vehicles have far fewer parts than gasoline cars — no radiators, exhaust pipes, fuel tanks, fan belts or complicated gearboxes. As a result, many autoworkers, executives and politicians have hypothesized that such cars would require fewer workers, leading to mass unemployment in factory towns and cities worldwide.

Zwickau, where more than 10,000 people work for Volkswagen and tens of thousands more for suppliers, appears to have avoided those dire consequences. Employment hasn’t fallen off a cliff, and suppliers of combustion vehicle parts haven’t been forced into bankruptcy en masse. Its experience offers some hopeful lessons for other places that depend on the auto industry.

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