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Green restart

Learn how we can implement green solutions on a greater scale that will lead the sustainable transformation to limit climate change.

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    Energy, food and leaky pipes: how to solve India's water crisis

    The global water crisis is not a new story. Every year, I review statistics that are becoming all too familiar: an expected 40% gap in the global water supply, the 2.1 billion people who lack access to safe drinking water and the fact that water has ranked in the top five risks for eight consecutive years in the World Economic Forum’s Global Risk Report.

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    Three ways to accelerate the energy transition

    We are running out of time to meet the Paris Agreement and achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 7 on sustainable energy – “ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all”.

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    In a moment of urgency, put energy efficiency first

    Energy efficiency is the most cost-effective way to achieve economic growth, decarbonize economies and meet the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement, write Kim Fausing and Rachel Kyte.

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    To enable Europe’s clean energy future, we need to buckle up and couple up

    The theme for this year’s EU Sustainable Energy Week is ’Shaping Europe’s Energy Future’ – that future holds plenty of potential and must rest on further integration across sector and policies to ensure we optimize our energy systems for optimal performance and efficiency.

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    Connecting the dots to enable climate leadership at all levels

    We are running out of time to achieve the Paris Agreement goal of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius by 2030, and need urgent and ambitious climate leadership. Cities are central to this effort and it is crucial that we continue to enable our cities to address and solve climate challenges.

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    Sustainable cooling is our contribution and obligation

    The need for cooling is increasing worldwide. We need it to keep our food quality high, reduce our losses, and deliver safe food. We need it in our hospitals, homes, and educational institutions. We need it all the time. Read interview with Jürgen Fischer, President of Danfoss Cooling, where he explains why we have an obligation to act.