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Oct
21

Or we could continue to ignore reality until we use up the resources required to…

Or we could continue to ignore reality until we use up the resources required to transition.

That would work too.

Faced with this picture, end-of-pipe policy reforms, such as David Cameron's voter-friendly but ill-prepared pledge to force the big utilities to offer customers their cheapest deal, are entirely inadequate. They are no substitute for grabbing the overdue economic opportunity of investing in a modern, resilient, low-carbon energy system.

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