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Transitioning to green energy is key to both tackling climate change and creating sustainable economies. Here's why

Collective action on green energy transition is good for protecting democracy. Image: Unsplash/Noah Buscher

Edward B Barbier

University Distinguished Professor, Department of Economics, Colorado State University

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Comparing democracies by degree of freedom and greenness Image: Edward B Barbier
Freedom score compared to green score for the 19 member countries of the G20 economies. Image: Edward B Barbier

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