100% Renewable Energy for Sustainable Development

July 24, 2018

Transitioning to 100% Renewable Energy (RE) is possibly the biggest and least cost catalyst for achieving sustainable development. In fact, 100%RE is about more than just replacing fossil fuels with renewable sources in today’s energy system. It can serve as a means for socio-economic development and help create equitable societies for today’s and future generations. Hereby, it can support the implementation of each sustainable development goal (SDG). The wide-range of co-benefits linked to RE development reveal once again the strong interdependency among all aspects of sustainable development and therefore the need for a comprehensive, cross-silo and integrated policy approach for the attainment of any SDG.

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