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Cities Lead Fight against Climate Change and for Renewable Energy, Global Report Reveals

26. 11. 2019
15:00
REN21

Paris, 26th of November, “It might come as a surprise to some, but it is a pattern that we now find everywhere in the world: Cities are driving the transition towards renewable energy. They understand that renewables mean less lung and heart diseases, more local jobs and relief for the municipal budget,” says Rana Adib, REN21’s Executive Secretary, at the presentation of their first Renewables in Cities 2019 Global Status Report (REC-GSR) in Paris. “If cities alone were to decide, today’s climate and energy politics would look totally different.”  

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Cities Lead Fight against Climate Change and for Renewable Energy, Global Report Reveals

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