A commitment to decarbonize economies and transition to a 100% clean energy future by 2050 was a vociferous subject at the climate change talks in Lima, Peru.
The decarbonization target is currently in the draft text of the climate agreement – close to 90 countries have voiced their support for the inclusion of a zero-emission target.
But there are fears fossil fuel companies and polluting countries will lobby furiously to get it removed before a deal is signed in Paris.
In the following report, Kofi Adu Domfeh explores what alternatives are available for an emerging oil economy like Ghana.
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