Covid-19 will lead to further stranded assets in the EU

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With airlines looking at an annus horribilis in 2020, planes could follow coal plants as Europe's next stranded asset, writes Vlerick Business School's Professor David Veredas

In current times of cleaner urban air, one might think the climate is going back to its long-term equilibrium. Unfortunately, however, that is not the case. The Keeling curve that measures atmospheric...

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