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Posts on February 2024

Photo via Is Greece on track to decouple from fossil gas?

As Europe was recovering from a major energy crisis that severely tested member states’ national economies, Greece, along with other European countries, experienced unprecedented natural disasters in the summer of 2023, directly linked to the intensifying climate crisis. The common denominator of both crises is fossil fuel dependence.

Contributor: Nikos Mantzaris

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