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Environmental Economics | Energy Policies, Save&Restore

MSc Economics and Policy of Energy and Climate Change, University of Strathclyde ● Growth Strategist & Consultant ● Bachelor of Technology in Electrical Engineering● Business...

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  • Apr 6, 2021

This is an intersting piece of article I put together to talk about how did we get to the point where climate change has become a global crisis. I have tried to outline it into an intersted analogy and a good read. 

We are currently focusing on what measures we can take to mitigate or adapt to the effects of climate change but rarely do we look back to see how we got here. Nonetheless, I have also pointed out that it is okay to look at the past to understand the root cause of issues, but do not stare at it for long, for we miss out on our actions in the present. 


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