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Scepticism over Netanyahu’s pledge to shut coal-based plants by 2050

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Sharon Berger

Published: 27 April 2021

Last updated: 4 March 2024

Experts say PM’s renewable energy plan announced at a virtual climate summit convened by Joe Biden, doesn’t really exist The renewable energy plan that Netanyahu announced doesn’t really exist, experts say (Haaretz) Netanyahu spoke at a virtual climate summit convened by Biden, saying the goal is to shut Israel’s coal-based power plants by 2025 Israel to end fossil fuel use by 2050 - Netanyahu at US Climate Summit (Jerusalem Post) Netanyahu's speech was later slammed by climate change activists and environmental organisations Israel’s environmental future? Not the government’s problem (Haaretz)

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