Day: August 17, 2020

Parliamentary Breakfast at COP25

Transforming the system of energy production, leaving behind the age of fossil fuels and entering an era of producing energy with clean, renewable sources is not only economically feasible but socially and environmentally indispensable. Furthermore, in the face of anthropogenic climate change it is morally imperative particularly for the industrialised

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Strengthening Renewables in a Green New Deal

While we are facing the unprecedented COVID-19 crisis, the climate and biodiversity crisis continues to threaten human life on earth. Hence, legislators around the world are tasked to develop Green New Deals (GND). GND are regulatory frameworks that, at their most ambitious, envision a decarbonised economy that serves people and

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Farmers: Champions of the New Energy Economy

Farmers and rural communities have the potential for big gains in the accelerating energy transformation. The massive entry of renewable energy is pushing out fossil fuels, revamping our energy infrastructures from big and centralized to distributed and more resilient, transforming business models, and providing opportunities for entirely new groups of

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