Guam has pledged to reach the goal of transitioning to 100% renewable energy by 2045 after signing the Blue Planet Climate Agreement on Thursday.
The government of Guam and governor’s office officially made the nonbinding agreement with the nonprofit Blue Planet Alliance during the 2023 University of Guam Island Sustainability Conference held at the Hyatt Regency Guam.
The organization seeks to help jurisdictions, particularly islands in the Pacific, eliminate greenhouse gases and establish renewable energy.
“My number one mission in life is to end the use of carbon-based fuel,” said Henk Rogers, the nonprofit’s founder and video game entrepreneur who helped bring the world Tetris.
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