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General News    H3'ed 12/15/15

Renewable Energy After COP21: Nine issues for climate leaders to think about on the journey home

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COP21 in Paris is over. Now it’s back to the hard work of fighting for, and implementing, the energy transition.  We all know that the transition away from fossil fuels is key to maintaining a livable planet. Several organizations have formulated proposals for transitioning to 100 percent renewable energy; some of those proposals focus on the national level, some the state level, while a few look at the global challenge. We have been working for the past few months to analyze and assess many of those proposals, and to dig deeper into energy transition issues—particularly how our use of energy will need to adapt in a ~100 percent renewable future. We have a book in the works that examines the adjustments society will have to make in the transition.  We identified not only technical issues requiring more attention, but also important implications for advocacy and policy. 
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Natylie Baldwin is author of The View from Moscow: Understanding Russia and U.S.-Russia Relations available in e-book and print. She has traveled throughout western Russia since 2015 and has written several articles based on her conversations and interviews with a cross-section of Russians. She blogs at  (more...)
 

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