Fog covers a windfarm close to Pamplona, Navarra, in northern Spain, on November 12, 2020. New studies have shed light on how a rapid clean-energy transition would work. Photo: EPA-EFE
Fog covers a windfarm close to Pamplona, Navarra, in northern Spain, on November 12, 2020. New studies have shed light on how a rapid clean-energy transition would work. Photo: EPA-EFE
Jules Kortenhorst
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Jules Kortenhorst

Make the switch to cheaper renewable energy and stop wasting trillions on a system that is killing us

  • Data shows a rapid clean-energy transition is the least-expensive path forward
  • The COP26 negotiation process must be reframed so it is less about burden-sharing and more about a lucrative race to deploy cleaner, cheaper and more advanced energy technologies

Fog covers a windfarm close to Pamplona, Navarra, in northern Spain, on November 12, 2020. New studies have shed light on how a rapid clean-energy transition would work. Photo: EPA-EFE
Fog covers a windfarm close to Pamplona, Navarra, in northern Spain, on November 12, 2020. New studies have shed light on how a rapid clean-energy transition would work. Photo: EPA-EFE
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