Good news out of COPS-26

There was so much to be cynical about over the last two weeks of the climate meeting in Glasgow, called COPS-26. But a little discussed part of it was the awards for the places in the world that are acting without waiting, moving us towards a future that we hope the rest of the world will catch up to eventually.

Samsø: An Island Community Pointing to the Future | Denmark

https://unfccc.int/climate-action/un-global-climate-action-awards/climate-leaders/samso

This was one of the winners of the United Nations Climate Leaders Action Awards:

Denmark’s municipality of the island of Samsø has completely transformed its energy system from fossil fuels to renewable energy, becoming the world’s first renewable energy island. Key results that have been achieved include: becoming carbon negative; 100% local ownership of renewable energy investments; and significant socio-economic benefits from the energy transition.

https://unfccc.int/climate-action/un-global-climate-action-awards/climate-leaders/samso

Here is a short video on some of the winners of the 2021 Action Awards. Can we be next? Kiwi over at Edensaw has gone 100% solar, as he mentions in the comments below!

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  2. Edensaw Woods on Seton Road is now 100% solar powered with just over 200kW of Solar Power installed on our rooftop.

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