'Gradual or rapid': How fast is the low carbon transition likely to be?

Michael Holder
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World Economic Forum report considers whether major shift away from fossil fuels is likely within the next decade, or will take much longer than green business hope

Is the world on course for a gradual low carbon transition, or gearing up for a rapid, exponential shift to renewables and clean technologies? As the 2010s draw to a close and we get ready to embark...

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