Eco-hype news is trending amid the pandemic economic recession. The tragic part of this report is that one of the projects featured is mostly a city hall kick-back deal with a local energy monopoly orchestrated by a politico who later moved from 12th & Oak to a sweet gig with said corporation.
And so . . . The project really isn't so "clean" after all . . .
Still, clueless plebs who have the wrong idea about the "green economy" enjoy the illusion that they're saving the planet. Check-it:
When it comes to the global fight against a looming climate crisis, cities have a lot of weight to pull. Due to the autonomy municipal governments have over their own energy policies, as well as their potential to set trends in surrounding areas, cities can play a significant role in the world's fight against climate change.