The first big energy shock of the green era
How will we reach zero net global carbon emissions by 2050? Modern life needs abundant energy, but without rapid reforms, bills will become unaffordable, homes will freeze, and businesses will stall. The Economist critically examines the three most significant problems that will be discussed at the COP26 summit: investment, geopolitics, and the current design of energy markets as we transition towards clean energy power.
From The Economist