Energy Transitions: Smart business, smart policy, smart politics and good outcomes
To avoid extremely damaging climate turbulence, it has long been clear that decarbonising the global economy is an urgent priority and that the world is nowhere near to following a pathway towards this objective at the necessary pace. This is a threat to the wellbeing of every person on the planet and their progeny.
This realisation is stimulating much hand-wringing and blame, as well as being used by governments to justify policy initiatives of variable effectiveness. None of this, however, is stimulating the levels and types of investment that are required.