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100% Renewable Energy
means an energy system where all the energy used is sourced from Renewable Energy Sources.
Renewable Energy Sources
means naturally replenishing non-fossil sources of energy, including but not limited to [regenerative biomasses (wood, municipal waste, biomass and landfill gas, ethanol, biodiesel), hydropower and tidal power, hydrothermal power, aerothermal power and geothermal power, wind, and solar].
Adverse Climate Outcome (ACO)
means any outcome directly resulting from the non-performance of an affected obligation, or the enforcement of this clause [Force Majeure] in relation to that non-performance, which may have an adverse effect on the climate, and includes but is not limited to:
reduced Air Quality;
an increase in Greenhouse Gas Emissions;
dumping of stock that was created using Natural Capital;
wasted Embedded Carbon, or
[Insert other adverse effects].
Adverse Social Outcome (ASO)
means any outcome directly resulting from the non-performance of an affected obligation, or the enforcement of this clause [Force Majeure] in relation to that non-performance, which may have an adverse social effect, and includes but is not limited to:
the insolvency of a party;
redundancies over and above [x];
an increase in poverty, deprivation or hunger, or
means the condition of air in and around a given location, in
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