Energy – Renewables & Clean

Renewable energies come from natural resources that, after exploration, can return to their previous levels through natural processes of growth or replenishment. They are sources of energy that are continually renewed in nature, and it is not possible to establish a time limit for their use. Renewable energy sources include wind energy, solar energy (thermal, photovoltaic and concentrated), hydroelectric energy, tidal energy, geothermal energy, biofuels and the renewable part of waste.

Energy is central to almost every major challenge and opportunity the world faces today – whether it be for jobs, security, climate change, food production or increased income. Access to energy for all is essential and, therefore, it is important to invest in sustainable energy.

Adapted from: UN Goal 7 / Environment Glossary ONU

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