How we could benefit from renewables

If we want to reverse climate change, we should probably start now. However, many fear that taking steps towards alternative energy and lower resource usage will harm both people and countries economically. They say that building new infrastructure for energy will be extremely expensive and a long process, and that jobs will be lost in the hydrocarbon industry.

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Political and policy analysis | Operations Director, politika.org.uk | Student, University of Oxford | twitter.com/dave_olsen16

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Political and policy analysis | Operations Director, politika.org.uk | Student, University of Oxford | twitter.com/dave_olsen16

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