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THE BRIEF [Jan 2-8’23]
Gas stoves = 12.5% childhood asthma, 1B$ Amazon fund, important climate questions for 2023 and “net-zero oil” is a term to watch in 2023.
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This week’s highlights
[#heatpumps] — Heatpumps are on many people’s minds if not due to climate change then due to the the energy crisis. Here’s a deep dive into the technology with an industry insider.
[#2023] — Here are Climate Change News’ list of critical climate questions for 2023. From whether the World Bank and the IMF will step up and face climate change to whether Lula will save the Amazon.
[#wastedenergy] — Here’s a look at how finding ways to utilize wasted energy could make a significant dent in decarbonization. (And the article is apparently co-written with the ChatGPT AI tool).
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