Meet the new 'renewable superpowers': nations that boss the materials used for wind and solar

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Meet the new 'renewable superpowers': nations that boss the materials used for wind and solar

Could the renewables boom create new resource superpowers? Andrew Barron investigates

Imagine a world where every country has not only complied with the Paris climate agreement but has moved away from fossil fuels entirely. How would such a change affect global politics? The 20th century...

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