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Number Of U.S. Cities Pledging To Go 100-Percent Renewable Doubled Since Last Year
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Unum
2018-06-08 23:35:08 UTC
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https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/cities-100-percent-renewable_us_5b1ab442e4b0adfb8268c4e0?75r

Seventy cities and nine counties across the United States have now adopted
ordinances setting targets to dramatically overhaul their electricity use, up
from 36 cities before June 2017, according to a new Sierra Club analysis
shared with HuffPost. The new total accounts for 10.3 million people using 2.5
percent of the country’s power output.

An additional 201 city mayors representing 24.4 million people and 6.5 percent
of the nation’s electricity use have endorsed the 100-percent renewable goal,
promising to roll out policies in the months to come. That figure, too,
doubled since last year.
JTEM is right
2018-06-08 23:45:03 UTC
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Post by Unum
Seventy cities and nine counties across the United States have now adopted
ordinances setting targets to dramatically overhaul their electricity use
So what you're saying is that seventies cities and nine
counties have NOT overhauled their electricity use. Check.

You know, headline after headline coming from you idiots
is about things that have never happened.





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Unum
2018-06-09 00:22:58 UTC
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Post by JTEM is right
Post by Unum
Seventy cities and nine counties across the United States have now adopted
ordinances setting targets to dramatically overhaul their electricity use
So what you're saying is that seventies cities and nine
counties have NOT overhauled their electricity use. Check.
You know, headline after headline coming from you idiots
is about things that have never happened.
It clearly says what 'happened' is that seventy cities and nine
counties across the United States have now adopted ordinances
setting targets to dramatically overhaul their electricity use.

Yep, it happened. Why does the fruitcake want people to get
their electricity from dirty energy?
JTEM is right
2018-06-09 00:58:24 UTC
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Post by Unum
Post by JTEM is right
Post by Unum
Seventy cities and nine counties across the United States have now adopted
ordinances setting targets to dramatically overhaul their electricity use
So what you're saying is that seventies cities and nine
counties have NOT overhauled their electricity use. Check.
You know, headline after headline coming from you idiots
is about things that have never happened.
It clearly says what 'happened'
Nothing happened. Some people claimed that something
might happen in the future. But it hasn't happened.

You keep "Reporting" things that never happened.






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Chom Noamsky
2018-06-09 00:47:06 UTC
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Post by JTEM is right
Post by Unum
Seventy cities and nine counties across the United States have now adopted
ordinances setting targets to dramatically overhaul their electricity use
So what you're saying is that seventies cities and nine
counties have NOT overhauled their electricity use. Check.
You know, headline after headline coming from you idiots
is about things that have never happened.
100% RE is not even possible. What they do is pretend to go RE by
buying carbon credits fabricated out of thin air by a solar farm or wind
farm that isn't even connected to the city.

Accounting voodoo that only makes sense to the rent-seekers getting rich
off monetizing air.
Unum
2018-06-09 01:11:48 UTC
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Post by JTEM is right
Post by Unum
Seventy cities and nine counties across the United States have now adopted
ordinances setting targets to dramatically overhaul their electricity use
So what you're saying is that seventies cities and nine
counties have NOT overhauled their electricity use. Check.
You know, headline after headline coming from you idiots
is about things that have never happened.
100% RE is not even possible.  What they do is pretend to go RE by buying
carbon credits fabricated out of thin air by a solar farm or wind farm that
isn't even connected to the city.
Not interested in your worthless personal opinions.
Wally W.
2018-06-09 05:53:50 UTC
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Post by Unum
Post by JTEM is right
Post by Unum
Seventy cities and nine counties across the United States have now adopted
ordinances setting targets to dramatically overhaul their electricity use
So what you're saying is that seventies cities and nine
counties have NOT overhauled their electricity use. Check.
You know, headline after headline coming from you idiots
is about things that have never happened.
100% RE is not even possible.  What they do is pretend to go RE by buying
carbon credits fabricated out of thin air by a solar farm or wind farm that
isn't even connected to the city.
Not interested in your worthless personal opinions.
... and yet, you read his every post.
Chom Noamsky
2018-06-15 23:30:28 UTC
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Post by Unum
Post by JTEM is right
Post by Unum
Seventy cities and nine counties across the United States have now adopted
ordinances setting targets to dramatically overhaul their
electricity use
So what you're saying is that seventies cities and nine
counties have NOT overhauled their electricity use. Check.
You know, headline after headline coming from you idiots
is about things that have never happened.
100% RE is not even possible.  What they do is pretend to go RE by
buying carbon credits fabricated out of thin air by a solar farm or
wind farm that isn't even connected to the city.
Not interested in your worthless personal opinions.
Truth to greenies is like garlic to vampires.
Unum
2018-06-17 16:55:33 UTC
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Post by Chom Noamsky
Post by Unum
Post by JTEM is right
Post by Unum
Seventy cities and nine counties across the United States have now adopted
ordinances setting targets to dramatically overhaul their electricity use
So what you're saying is that seventies cities and nine
counties have NOT overhauled their electricity use. Check.
You know, headline after headline coming from you idiots
is about things that have never happened.
100% RE is not even possible.  What they do is pretend to go RE by buying
carbon credits fabricated out of thin air by a solar farm or wind farm that
isn't even connected to the city.
Not interested in your worthless personal opinions.
Truth to greenies is like garlic to vampires.
No amount of blabbering makes the blabbering true.
Wally W.
2018-06-17 17:36:58 UTC
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Post by Unum
Post by Chom Noamsky
Post by Unum
Post by JTEM is right
Post by Unum
Seventy cities and nine counties across the United States have now adopted
ordinances setting targets to dramatically overhaul their electricity use
So what you're saying is that seventies cities and nine
counties have NOT overhauled their electricity use. Check.
You know, headline after headline coming from you idiots
is about things that have never happened.
100% RE is not even possible.  What they do is pretend to go RE by buying
carbon credits fabricated out of thin air by a solar farm or wind farm that
isn't even connected to the city.
Not interested in your worthless personal opinions.
Truth to greenies is like garlic to vampires.
No amount of blabbering makes the blabbering true.
So the greenie belief that "repetition makes it true" is insane?

"Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting
different results."

<http://notrickszone.com/2013/10/31/green-psychologists-confirm-climate-alarmists-are-making-themselves-mentally-sick-doomer-depression/>
It can be convincingly argued that mental illness is indeed a chronic
problem among many climate alarmists and their followers.
Byker
2018-06-17 18:54:23 UTC
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And we'd like to thank the both of them...

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