Eskom and Sasol emit over half of South Africa’s greenhouse gas

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Eskom and Sasol emit over half of South Africa’s greenhouse gas

As South Africa makes efforts to reduce emissions that contribute to climate change, there are two major contributors that produce more than half of its greenhouse gases: Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd. and Sasol Ltd.

State-owned power utility Eskom, which said it accounts for 42% of the nation’s total greenhouse gases, uses coal to generate most of the country’s electricity from 15 power plants and Sasol, which emits 11%, makes fuel and chemicals from the mineral. The companies are South Africa’s two biggest by revenue.
 

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For you Gautengers


In other news, COCT drivers emit the other half.
 

gamer16

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And townships?

We all see the disgustingness floating in the air around them
 
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