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21st Oct 2014
Zachary Davies Boren

Wind energy could supply up to 19% of the world’s electricity by 2030 - if the world implements policies to limit emissions, according to a new report from GWEC, Greenpeace and the German Aerospace Centre.

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16th Oct 2014
Helle Abelvik-Lawson
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8th Oct 2014
Doug Parr
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6th Oct 2014
Jimmy Aldridge, Christine Ottery
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6th Oct 2014
Lawrence Carter
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24th Sep 2014
Christine Ottery
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22nd Sep 2014
Anand Prabu Pathanjali
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India is a country where the centralised grid system for electricity has dominated the last 60 years and, largely, failed.

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19th Sep 2014
Lauri Myllyvirta
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In the first of our series of stories on the key issues facing the world's leaders at the climate summit in New York, Lauri Myllyvirta asks if there is now a unique opportunity for global emissions to peak?

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18th Sep 2014
Dr Jimmy Aldridge
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Greenpeace UK energy analyst Dr Jimmy Aldridge explains what to do with a problem like coal

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16th Sep 2014
Damian Kahya
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The vast majority of the estimated 12bn euros of European allowances and transfers intended to tackle climate change and diversify the energy mix between 2013-19 will - instead - be spent on coal, according to a new report.