There is no greater challenge when it comes to Climate Change than that of the energy transition. For some countries, it will mean investing billions into the modernisation of their power grids, and for other countries, it will mean abandoning the source of revenue responsible for around 80% of thier national GDP. The prominent question in front of these countries now though is will these countries begin preparing for the transition now, or will they be blindsided when the market does it for them?
On the panel this week:
- Lou Munden (TMP)
- Theresa Sabonis-Helf (Georgetown Uni)
- Colby Connelly (EnergyIntel)
- John Calabrese (Middle East Inst)
- Henry Sanderson (Benchmark Mineral Intel)
This episode is Part 5 of 5 of our miniseries, The Green Line, examining the near-term geopolitical implications of Climate Change.
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