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No renewables aren't responsible for rising German coal generation, quite the opposite actually.

The BBC's Science and Environment correspondent Matt McGrath has today written an article making the rather odd claim that renewables are to blame for a rise in German coal consumption for power generation.

Leeds Solar would like to offer 5 key points as a rebuttal to this claim


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Atmospheric CO2 concentrations cross the 400ppm threshold for the first time

Atmospheric CO2 concentrations broke through the 400ppm threshold for the first time in 800,000 years in May at 7 monitoring stations around the Arctic circle, according to an announcement from NOAA.


“The northern sites in our monitoring network tell us what is coming soon to the globe as a whole. We will likely see global average CO2 concentrations reach 400 ppm about 2016."



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