International campaign aims to boost influence of clean tech women

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Participants claim clean energy education and empowerment initiative risks failure unless it is core part of global summit

A high-level project designed to boost the number of women in the green energy sector could fail to succeed if it continues to be pushed to the sidelines of the Clean Energy Ministerial summit. That...

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