Ecoislands Accord to offer global sustainability template

James S Murray
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Island communities sign accord committing them to be renewable energy self-sufficient by 2020 and fully 'sustainable' by 2030

Around 20 island communities from around the world have signed up to a new Ecoislands Accord, designed to help accelerate the deployment of clean technologies and sustainable business models amongst island...

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