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Energy and Climate

Persistent floods, droughts and hurricanes have severely hampered the production and operation of national economies, pushing up the prices of commodities. The volatile international situation has exacerbated the shortage of energy supplies. As winter approaches in the Northern Hemisphere, energy has become the number one problem plaguing many countries.
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