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A look to the future

If lofty climate targets are going to be hit and environmental concerns are going to be addressed, we’re going to need some help. The world’s population is growing. We need places to live and food to eat. We need fuel to keep the lights on and jobs to ensure security and prosperity.

Technological advances are baked into future climate targets. There’s an assumption that efforts to tackle global warming will be supercharged when commercially viable innovation is introduced. While much is obviously unknown about the effectiveness of technology that’s in its infancy, let’s look at what may make a difference in the coming years.

Our Chief Content Officer, Nick Jardine, has written the following for The Know.

A look to the future » The Know (theknowmedia.co)

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Nick Jardine

Chief Content Officer

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