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Energy Poverty And Its Human Costs

More than any other time in history, people around the world are demonstrating a deep and passionate commitment to addressing poverty. With the world wealthier and more prosperous than ever before, no one should be confined to a life of poverty. A clear sign of the global commitment to end poverty is the release of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
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