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Low-Carbon Sectors Growing, Encouraging Productive Economies

A new study has found that low-carbon sectors are outpacing their less-productive, higher carbon-intensive sectors and the general economy in terms of growth, while increasing jobs and skill levels. Dr Baron Doda from the London School of Economics analyzed 34 developed and developing countries for their carbon intensity, defined in terms of the volume of carbon [&hellip Low-Carbon Sectors Growing, Encouraging Productive Economies was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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