For decades environmentalists and economic planners have been telling the world to wean itself from using old-fashioned, polluting fossil fuel energy and make the shift to cleaner and more renewable alternatives. In the Baltics of 2007, the drive to reform is all the more urgent given the political imperative to reduce dependence on Russian energy supplies as well as the need to meet EU targets for using eco-friendly fuels. This week's special focuses on the use of alternative energy in the Baltic states, how far it's developed and where it's headed. As Ebbing Osinga tells it, "We are s...
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