The rising interest in geothermal power

A shot of the stream and waterfall coming over the rocks at Hot Springs Cove near Tofino on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Hot Springs Cove is a popular destination for locals and tourists that can only be reached by boat or float plane. It's a 30-minute walk along a boardwalk from the dock to the springs, which consists of natural thermal waters flowing through a stream, under a bridge, into a waterfall flowing over rocky pools into the sea.

“This inspiring piece from the National Observer shows that it’s not only the Earth’s climate that is changing! It reveals the shifting political atmosphere in favour of sustainability and decarbonization through courageous policy maneuvers in countries like Canada, the United States, and even Saudi Arabia. It also reveals the rising interest in geothermal power as support for fossil fuels declines. It shows that, by discarding archaic policy and pursuing new technologies, humanity can be empowered to implement the necessary changes for a green future.” – Rebecca Pearce, Cascade Institute Geothermal Fellow

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