Petrostates and decarbonisation: Are we heading for an era of geopolitical instability?

Cecilia Keating
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Petrostates and decarbonisation: Are we heading for an era of geopolitical instability?

Fresh analysis from Carbon Tracker warns the challenges of shifting from a carbon-heavy economy will be borne disproportionately by some poorer fossil fuel producer states - and that could have repercussions for everyone

Clean energy has the potential to usher a new era of geopolitics, one where the fortunes of nations are no longer bound up with their relationship with powerful petrostates and national economies are not...

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