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Good climate news this week
1. CATL EV battery prices in 2024 to drop 50%
2. Belgium makes ecocide an international crime
3. California to phaseout fracking
4. India boosts rooftop solar
5. UK exits energy charter treaty
6. China unveils new ESG rules
7. Chicago sues Big Oil on climate
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  • Chris Ndungu

    6 w

    Salute to countries backing ecocide. A great development is achieved. More activities like this should keep on foraging each week from all corners of the globe.

    • Boniface Kuria

      6 w

      This is a good week for climate lovers. Many more wins to come

      • Munene Mugambi

        7 w

        These are mostly positives for the planet, I'm particularly captivated by California banning fracking within the state. Can more states take on this approach?

        • Patrick Kiash

          7 w

          Thanks for update. May more activities for better keep on cropping each week from different parts of the world. Hope this week something positive will come out from UNEA-6 sessions going on in Nairobi.

          • Sarah Chabane

            7 w

            One to add for this week is the vote of the nature restoration law by the EU Parliament

          • Adam Wallin

            7 w

            More countries backing ecocide is always a great development!!

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