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Published on March 15th, 2013 | by Zachary Shahan


WWF Tackles EU Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency, & Climate Policy

March 15th, 2013 by  

WWF recently unveiled a very informative and pointed briefing paper on renewable energy, energy efficiency, and overall climate policy in the EU. Here’s a quick rundown:

EU Must Go Beyond Carbon Pricing — For Economy, Climate, EU (via Planetsave)

WWF has released a briefing paper on post-2020 renewable energy targets. The EU has had some of the most aggressive renewable energy and energy efficiency policies and programs for over two decades now. However, its fuel imports have still risen considerably. Already-established renewable energy and…

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  • Richard Scott Mills

    Great article, your finding key information that doesn’t make it to main steam media very often. Hope to see you on Sunday morning news shows. Your insights on renewables and efficiency would be refreshing.

    • Zachary Shahan

      Thanks. And yes, would like to get on those. Message needs to be spread. :D

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