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Recap of Day 8 of COPS 26

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Day 8 60 second recap with The Energy Mix and Customized Energy Solutions#COP26 although today was #transportation day and had some good outcomes with the #aviationindustry agreeing to reduce emissions 2-3% ...today had some moments of drama today as the biggest historic carbon polluter (#USA) and the biggest annual emitter of carbon (#China) had a joint action declaration to help get the climate emergency under control in the 2020s. The declaration included #methane controls. #grid decarbonization, circular economy measures, a crackdown on #deforestation and specific language on #renewable grid, long-distance #transmission#energyefficency#distributedgeneration, and more. This shows us that the #uschina can work together on climate even if they disagree on a host of other topics.

Also today there were a lot of F words from "Fossil Fuel (Ph)asing "out...the final draft of papers were published today and the front page shows that all parties agree to phase out coal and fossil fuels. Its a start for the "direction of travel".

 

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