Europe is the global leader in developing renewable energy resources: solar energy, energy from the wind and biomasses - all of them are being widely used on the old continent. In the current geopolitical situation green resources play aneven more important role than providing environmentally friendly energy - they are the potential key to European energy independence.
Are sustainable resources able to secure Europe from the possible energy shortages?
What is the future of green energy in Europe?
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A few months before the 21th Conference of Parties (COP21) is taking place in Paris, nearly 200 countries will try to enact a common agreement for the climate. If the effects of climate change become increasingly worrisome, Europe is ambitious. In international negotiations where agreements are decided unanimously, the EU must convince. For France, the host country, there are political and geopolitical issues. France is counting on the EU to assume the leadership and reconcile the divergent interests. An actual challenge.