Gallery: EU Climate Commissioner Wants to Double Renewable Energy Share...


The Climate Commissioner for the European Union, Connie Hedegaard, told reporters today in New Delhi that she believes the European Union should pledge to double their renewable energy supply by 2030 and spoke of hopes that the rest of the world would follow suit. She was speaking in advance of this year’s United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development which will be held in Rio this June (also called Rio+20), Hedegaard seemed to be opening up another moment for world leaders to agree to try to reduce emissions related to global warming before it is too late.

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  1. Green Joy February 4, 2012 at 2:48 am

    Germany and other European countries are (I think) are leading the way in sustainable energy and by doubling the current level of productions, feasibility in costs and job creation can be encouraged. Cheers!

    Juan Miguel Ruiz (Going Green)

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