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Why renewable energy is needed. Greenpeace report.

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GIACOMO BRAVACCINI

Giacomo Bravaccini has an academic background in civil and environmental engineering (MSc). Giacomo blends his knowledge in sustainability with a strong passion for marketing, which he developed in his past professional experiences at Ariston Thermo Group and Frigicoll (Midea).
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July 13, 2021
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Greenpeace's report against fossil fuels and why a transition to renewable energy sources is required. Australia case.

Greenpeace Australia against Fossil fuels case

Greenpeace is the world's largest independent campaigning group, using peaceful protest to raise awareness of global environmental issues and support solutions that are critical to a green and more sustainable future.

In this case, Greenpeace Australia developed a report about fossils fuels and their mining and burning processes as the number one driver for the threatening climate change situation that the planet is facing.

Greenpeace set clear that the transition to renewable energy is unavoidable and completely necessary, plus remarking that it should be done faster to prevent unwanted consequences of global warming.

“The world has an opportunity to speed up its transition towards renewable energy - a vital step towards a safer future and healthier planet.” Greenpeace Australia.

We invite you to read the full Greenpeace report.

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