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Wind energy sector calls for G20 action

Tuesday 20 Jul 21 10:30am

 

THE leading CEOs of the global wind industry have united to call on G20 members to show leadership in the climate crisis by raising national ambitions and urgently laying out concrete plans for increased wind energy production to replace fossil fuels.

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