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News Round-up: Things this week that got my attention

Puerto Rico has the largest wind farm in the Caribbean and it survived the recent parade of hurricanes and experts think the island has the opportunity to go to a distributed, clean energy infrastructure, a fact that Elon Musk has taken notice of. (Living on Earth podcast)

Sweden committed to carbon neutrality by 2045 (Sierra Club magazine)

This year's dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico is the size of New Jersey, the largest it has ever been (Sierra Club magazine)

American Electric Power and GE will build a 2,000-megawatt wind power facility in Oklahoma which will be the largest wind farm in the United States, cost $4.5 billion and provide clean power to 1.1 million homes.

Three quarters of all solar that has been installed has been installed in the last 5 years (GreenTech media)

Almond milk sales are exploding but the ingredient truth is that almonds make up only 2% of the ingredients. Could be called carageenan and filtered vitamin water milk...but that doesn't sound so good.

General Motors (GM) is bringing 20 electric vehicles to market by 2023 but observers express concerns about labor rights and mining lithium, the dirty grid, and what to do with the batteries. (GreenBiz podcast "350")

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