“A third of the projected world population could face un-livable conditions by 2070, if the current rate of global warming persists.”*
Today, humanity has access to sustainable energy technology that is fairly mature. It is cheaper to generate electricity by solar or wind power than fossil fuels, which begs the question – why isn’t uptake of renewable electricity more widespread?
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In our latest report, “A Study of Energy in Transition,” Clarivate experts look at the relationship between global research and innovation in the roll out and development of sustainable energy sources.
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*FT, “Climate change could bring near un-livable conditions for 3 bn people,” Nov 2021
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