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The Circle 03.15

Published 7 August 2015

Renewable energy in the Arctic

Whether it is wind, solar, ice melt or geo-thermal, the topic of renewable energy in the Arctic has generated disbelief, debate and outright scorn.

But as this latest edition of The Circle proves, lowering dependence on costly and contaminating non-renewables in the far north can be economically feasible and better for human, animal and environmental health.

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