Study reveals priority for renewable energy in rich countries

Those who understand money support sustainability.

The February issue of the World Economic Service unveiled research that claims that in countries where many fossil fuels are imported, native economists give high priority to energy transition.

That is, authorities in the field of economics support their countries to adopt efficient and sustainable energy sources. Statistically, 71% of those interviewed said they support the energy transition.

Other relevant data taken from the survey would be economists’ views on the prominent Paris Accord, whose signature (for 195 countries) completes 3 years in 2019. Respondents have divergent views on the treaty.

Half believe that governments are unlikely to unite to reduce the effects of climate change, while a third believe that the possibility of a positive union and sustainable development is likely.

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