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Cape Town’s largest reservoir, Theewaterskloof
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RELEASE: New Report Finds National Governments Can Unlock Nearly $24 Trillion by Investing in Zero-Carbon Cities

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This Man Wants to Pull 60,000 Rwandans Out of Poverty by Planting Trees

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Planting trees in Rwanda
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3 Things Cities Can Learn from Cape Town’s Impending “Day Zero” Water Shut-Off

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Cape Town, South Africa
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Lessons from Mexico: Mobilizing Investment in Wind Power

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Thanks to government-led programs supported by international partners, Mexico installed 1240 MW of wind generation capacity by 2012. Photo credit: neusbordas/Flickr
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Lessons from South Africa: Mobilizing Investment in Renewable Energy

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When it comes to renewable energy, South Africa has considerable, unrealized potential. Some estimate that wind power generation potential in South Africa could reach 80.54 TWh, which could be realized with an installed capacity of 30.6 GW. Photo credit: Lollie-Pop/Flickr
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