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Climate explained: how much of the world's energy comes from fossil fuels and could we replace it all with renewables?

By Robert McLachlan, Professor in Applied Mathematics, Massey University
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The way we use fossil fuels is wasteful and inefficient. A world based on renewable energy would need half as much as we produce now.

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