Two billion people lack reliable access to electricity. That means one fifth of the world’s schools, hospitals and homes are often in the dark. How can everyone get access to clean energy without hastening climate change? These are issues that our energy reporting explored.
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Gabrielle Nina Mitch describes the struggle to keep her phone charged, while reporting on energy access in remote regions of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
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