Because of the momentous decision by President Trump to leave the Paris Accord climate change agreement signed by nearly 200 countries, we are publishing this round-up of recent stories here on ecoXplorer featuring how countries and companies are fighting climate change, one green, eco-friendly project at a time.
Appropriately, the first is at Thomas Edison National Historic Park, the laboratory and home of of the man most associated with electricity.
The rooftop solar system that provides more than 80 percent of the temple’s needs, replacing about 57 tons a year of fossil fuel emissions, and saving money in the bargain.
How Kia, Ford, Jeep, Nissan, VW and GM are greening their production facilities in the USA and around the world, including new paint processes that significantly reduce CO2, along with reductions in volatile organic compounds, known as VOC.
The fuel-efficient Passat and new Atlas SUV are produced here.
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