Historically, low oil prices were bad for climate action, but these are new times, writes ECIU's Dr Jonathan Marshall
Historically, sustained low fossil fuel prices have not been great news for proponents of a low carbon transition. Why, for example, would investors take an interest in renewable energy when the costs...
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