Poll: Europeans overwhelmingly favour renewables over shale gas

James S Murray
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Survey of 25,000 Europeans reveals significant concern over air quality and solid support for renewable energy investment

The vast majority of Europeans believe investment in renewable energy should be prioritised over the next 30 years, compared to alternative energy sources including shale gas, nuclear and carbon capture...

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