Citizens United for Renewable Energies & Sustainability

Founding Year: 2004

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CURES is a network of more than 240 NGOs that drive towards “ambitious programs to promote renewable energies.” Currently, they “bring initiatives, projects, processes, and non-governmental organizations all over the world together, thereby respecting their diverse needs and conditions.”

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Note: CURES is probably not in operation anymore. The latest news is from 2006.

Citizens United for Renewable Energies & Sustainability contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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