After a landmark accord in Paris last week that aims to lower greenhouse gas emissions, San Diego is the first of the United States’ major cities that has committed to taking up the cause. After a unanimous City Council vote, San Diego, the eighth-largest city in the US, vowed to shift to 100 percent renewable energy sources, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by half, in the next 20 years. The city is the largest municipality that has taken this sort of step and it could prove to be the first in a series of fallen dominoes that confirm major cities are willing and…

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