Policy Moves, Front-Line Action Could Make 2019 a ‘Breakthrough Year’ for Climate Solutions
- Jan 12, 2019 12:23 am GMT
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After a bruising year of climate change news, including alarming reports of far worse in the future and an incomplete result at the United Nations climate conference in Katowice, Poland, 2019 is dawning as something improbable: A year of hope for effective climate action.
The dire reports from climate scientists won’t stop anytime soon. But news stories over the last week are pointing to a series of factors—from falling renewable energy costs, to grassroot mobilization, to national and international leadership—that could make the next 12 months a turning point in the effort to get climate change under control.
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