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Comment on: Tonray
October 17, 2020 15:20

It is also undisputed that without reliable renewable energy sources to replace rapidly disappearing combustible fuels, the future of all human kind is jeopardized.

October 17, 2020 15:20

Without access to cheap energy, developing countries will not implement modern agricultural, manufacturing, information, and communication capabilities, thereby trapping themselves in economic stagnation.

October 17, 2020 15:19

Without access to cheap energy, developing countries will not implement modern agricultural, manufacturing, information, and communication capabilities, thereby trapping themselves in economic stagnation.

Comment on: Tonray
October 17, 2020 15:19

Without access to cheap energy, developing countries will not implement modern agricultural, manufacturing, information, and communication capabilities, thereby trapping themselves in economic stagnation.

October 17, 2020 15:19

Liberias problems are by no means unique. About one third of the Earths population has no access to electricity, and for many more people electric power remains an unaffordable luxury. Every year the poor spend the equivalent of over 35 billion USA dollars in kerosene lighting and disposable batteries

October 17, 2020 15:19

a large portion of development aid thatshould be used more productively. Many have limited access to fuel, and the consequent foraging for firewood causes deforestation and destruction of the environment.

October 17, 2020 15:19

a large portion of development aid thatshould be used more productively. Many have limited access to fuel, and the consequent foraging for firewood causes deforestation and destruction of the environment.

Comment on: Tonray
October 17, 2020 15:19

a large portion of development aid thatshould be used more productively. Many have limited access to fuel, and the consequent foraging for firewood causes deforestation and destruction of the environment.

October 17, 2020 15:18

Liberias problems are by no means unique. About one third of the Earths population has no access to electricity, and for many more people electric power remains an unaffordable luxury. Every year the poor spend the equivalent of over 35 billion USA dollars in kerosene lighting and disposable batteries

October 17, 2020 15:18

Liberias problems are by no means unique. About one third of the Earths population has no access to electricity, and for many more people electric power remains an unaffordable luxury. Every year the poor spend the equivalent of over 35 billion USA dollars in kerosene lighting and disposable batteries