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Journalist for nearly a decade with keen interest in local energy policies for cities and national efforts to facilitate a renewable revolution. 

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  • Sep 10, 2020

When governments in the United Arab Emirates, Russia and Indonesia acknowledge that an economy based on fossil fuel exports is no viable in the long term, it's evidence of a major shift in how the globe is thinking about climate change and the need for renewable energy production. Now, these countries have a long way to go in upping their commitment to renewable energy generation—Russia has about 4% of its energy portfolio based in clean energy—but there is a growing commitment from these countries to turn their tides. Their future economies rely on it. 


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