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Declining Clean Energy Investments

Climate change, only the greatest problem facing the world, has received nearly zero attention in the presidential campaign. So it’s easy to forget about it! But the fact that investment in renewables is seriously down worldwide is a very bad thing. Investment in renewable energy and smart energy technologies totaled $42.2 billion in the third […]
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