'Boom and bust': Are coal and oil on the brink of permanent decline?

Cecilia Keating
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'Boom and bust': Are coal and oil on the brink of permanent decline?

Two reports out this week have highlighted how developments across 2021 are set to catalyse policy and technological trends that could catalyse the retreat of fossil fuels across the global energy system

At times the fossil fuel economy can seem indefatigable. The latest figures from the International Energy Agency (IEA) have highlighted how greenhouse gas emissions were higher than ever before in 2021,...

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