A local Tibetan woman talks to Greenpeace, she has five children and runs a busy guest house in the village of Zhang Zong. She is pictured here with solar panels in the background, which supply energy for her business.
Renewable energy can function easily on a small scale and in remote places. In this case, in the Himalayas, this business owner can power her busy guest house with solar energy.
© Greenpeace / John Novis
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