Hawaii has turned off its last coal-fired power plant in its fight against climate change, making it an attractive travel prospect for the eco-friendly tourist. Photo: Shutterstock
Hawaii has turned off its last coal-fired power plant in its fight against climate change, making it an attractive travel prospect for the eco-friendly tourist. Photo: Shutterstock
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Reaching net zero: how Hawaii is fighting climate change, plus 11 countries that are ‘leading the charge on renewable energy’

  • While we are reluctant to talk up emission-spewing flights, visiting a place trying to honour its climate pledges is no bad shout if you plan to fly long-haul
  • Hawaii turned off its last coal-fired power plant (and the beaches are not bad); countries like China and Germany are ‘leading the charge on renewable energy’

Hawaii has turned off its last coal-fired power plant in its fight against climate change, making it an attractive travel prospect for the eco-friendly tourist. Photo: Shutterstock
Hawaii has turned off its last coal-fired power plant in its fight against climate change, making it an attractive travel prospect for the eco-friendly tourist. Photo: Shutterstock
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