Low carbon economy would save 'trillions' for smarter investment, study finds

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Green energy and transport would benefit, not burden economy, freeing up capital to channel towards economic growth, says Climate Policy Institute

Moving to a low carbon energy system will free up "trillions of dollars" over the next 20 years to invest in better economic growth, according to new analysis. Far from imposing burdens on the economy,...

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