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Assessing the role of renewables in light of the IPCC report

“We can’t only focus on moving from fossil fuels to renewable energy. Carbon removal will be more and more necessary.” said Francis X Johnson, who worked on the IPCC synthesis report.

“We can’t only focus on moving from fossil fuels to renewable energy. Carbon removal will be more and more necessary.” said Francis X Johnson, who worked on the IPCC synthesis report. Image: Pexels/ROMAN ODINTSOV

Nick van Mead
Journalist, Writing for Neste
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