Africa: Can the Russian Invasion of Ukraine Support Transition Towards Renewables? #AfricaClimateCrisis

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[allAfrica] Harare -- Russia provides about 25% of the oil that Europe needs and 45% of its gas imports, according to experts writing for African Arguments. The conflict has highlighted the vulnerability of national security in the energy dependent countries. While there is much speculation about what the invasion means for the global political order, it also highlights the importance of a transition to more sustainable forms of energy.

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allafrica Africa: Can the Russian Invasion of Ukraine Support Transition Towards Renewables? #AfricaClimateCrisis [allAfrica] Harare -- Russia provides about 25% of the oil that Europe needs and 45% of its gas imports, according to experts writing for African Arguments. The conflict has highlighted the vulnerability of national security in the energy dependent countries. While there is much speculation about what the invasion means for the global political order, it also highlights the importance of a transition to more sustainable forms of energy.

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