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Salt Lake City commits to 100% Renewables by 2032

15 Jul 2016
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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