SDG 07: Affordable and Clean Energy

Green transition: 3 myths about decarbonization debunked

Myths about the transition to renewable energy impede current climate policy. Image: Unsplash/Nicholas Doherty

Aled Jones

Professor & Director, Global Sustainability Institute, Anglia Ruskin University

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