"Environmental motives have been very strong, and they've been very successful in trying to steer not just European Union energy policy, but individual countries' energy policies," Mr. Medlock said.
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"It's more organized, more focused. They've been able to gain more political traction that has not been seen here," said Kenneth B. Medlock III, an energy and resource economics fellow at Rice University's Baker Institute.
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