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This chart shows the world’s total energy use in gigawatts: While total use grows, more comes from renewable sources.

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This chart shows the world’s total energy use in gigawatts: While total use grows, more comes from renewable sources.

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Climate change could impact the poor much more than previously thought

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A carbon tax would have a negligible effect on consumer prices, LSE study predicts.

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