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Keeping warm, without warming the planet | The Economist

Humans are cranking up their thermostats at the expense of the planet. With the majority of global heating still powered by dirty fuels, are there greener solutions that won't cost the earth? Read more:

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01:06 - South Africa’s energy supply
02:59 - What is a heat pump and how does it work?
05:58 - The first step to decarbonising heating is insulating
09:11 - How Hydrogen can be used to heat homes

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