Tuesday May 26, 2020

There’s something new in the air

Renewable energy - in particular wind - offers increasingly impressive investment potential

26th May, 2019
Within three years, windmills will stand 260 metres tall

Recent protests in London and around Europe have focused attention once again on the issue of climate change and global warming. Regrettably, the British media deliberately highlighted the backgrounds of the protesters rather than addressing the issue at hand.

Nonetheless, the protests were a timely reminder of the huge challenges the world faces to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and prevent catastrophic and irreparable climate change.

The most important economic challenge posed by climate change in...

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