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COP26 And How To Gain Exposure To Renewables

Jan. 06, 2022 5:42 AM ETICLN, SMOG, TAN
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  • COP26 addressed climate change, but results were mixed and, to many scientists, disappointing.
  • Green ETFs work well for those who wish to invest in renewable energy but know little about it.
  • A quick look at SMOG, ICLN, and TAN.
  • Net Zero by 2050? Maybe, but if we don't make it soon, events will force our hand. Either way, it's bullish for green equities.

Sand Artwork Highlights Climate Change Ahead Of COP26

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Since the industrial revolution 200 years ago, humans burning fossil fuels for energy have (and continue to) dump huge amounts of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. In 1880, CO2 in the air was 280 ppm; today, it's close to 420 ppm - the highest in

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I am retired and have been in the market since the late 1970s. I currently have a diversified portfolio of technology, REIT, renewable, and precious metal equities.I am especially interested in the renewables sector, primarily solar. I have solar panels on my house and own a Tesla Model 3,The dark clouds of climate change are on the horizon and for our children and grandchildren's sake, we need to move away from fossil fuels, and soon. There are many opportunities for investors to profit here but sorting them out is tricky so let's explore this together.

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