Giant windmills near America’s Interstate 10 in Palm Springs, California. Solar and wind power continued to surge even as global GDP shrank 5 per cent in 2020. Photo: Getty Images
Giant windmills near America’s Interstate 10 in Palm Springs, California. Solar and wind power continued to surge even as global GDP shrank 5 per cent in 2020. Photo: Getty Images

Has climate change opinion reached a ‘social tipping point’? Yes, evidence suggests

  • A flurry of activity in sectors from energy and industry to finance has experts wondering whether the world is, at long last, turning the corner on climate
  • ‘We will get to a point where it will seem as unthinkable to use fossil fuel energy as it is to have slaves,’ one expert says

Giant windmills near America’s Interstate 10 in Palm Springs, California. Solar and wind power continued to surge even as global GDP shrank 5 per cent in 2020. Photo: Getty Images
Giant windmills near America’s Interstate 10 in Palm Springs, California. Solar and wind power continued to surge even as global GDP shrank 5 per cent in 2020. Photo: Getty Images
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