Could renewables really help revive nature?

James Murray
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Could renewables really help revive nature?

A major new report from trade body Eurelectric explores how renewables projects could work in harmony with nature recovery plans

Renewables developers and conservationists have always had a somewhat conflicted relationship. The vast majority of those who work to protect nature recognise that decarbonisation is essential to protect...

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