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Climate Action & India’s INDC: Dramatic increase in renewable energy must lead to enhanced energy access for the poor, says ActionAid India

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Update: Sunday 17th Dec 2017
Author by: Saroj Kumar Pattnaik

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Climate Action & India’s INDC: Dramatic increase in renewable energy must lead to enhanced energy access for the poor, says ActionAid India

As India released its climate action plan (INDC), ActionAid India’s Executive Director, Sandeep Chachra said:

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