Risks to Sustaining Climate Action: Why Securing Clean Energy Supply Chains Requires A Global Perspective
- May 12, 2022 3:00 pm GMT
As the world shifts towards clean energy policymakers in the US have increased their efforts to boost production and supply for domestic consumption. While such efforts are important, more needs to be done at the international level to prevent supply chain disruptions affecting other countries from hindering global climate progress.
A narrowly domestic approach to secure clean energy supply chains may jeopardize the global clean energy transition by overlooking potential risks that trade wars, international conflicts, and other threats pose to other countries’ climate efforts.
However, Climate Advisers’ research finds that there are no international institutions or efforts aimed at securing key clean energy supply chains for all countries committed to climate action. Download our latest report to learn more about these risks and how the U.S. can lead on a global stage to ensure clean energy security can be met for a global transition.
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