Salt Lake City, U.S has announced it will transition to 100 percent renewable energy sources by 2032.
Mayor Jackie Biskupski and city council members have already signed a joint resolution to ensure a successful move to 100 percent renewables.
"This is the most ambitious step ever taken by Salt Lake City to address the threat of climate change," Biskupski said in a
press release. "This commitment places the city among leading communities worldwide that acknowledge our responsibility to rapidly reduce emissions and forge a new path forward that protects our economies, societies and overall human well-being."
Salt Lake City officials aren't alone; in March, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown signed a law legislation aimed at reducing the use of coal for electricity generation within two decades.
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