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Wait, Why Is The World Trade Organization Attacking Renewable Energy?

Graphic by Courtenay Lewis With the Paris Climate Agreement on the brink of entering into force and 2016 well on its way to being the hottest year ever recorded, you would think governments would be eager to support each other's efforts to fight climate disruption. Instead, the U.S. and India are exploiting outdated trade rules to attack each other's renewable energy programs.
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