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Will Energy Supply Security Concerns Slow Climate Action?

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The energy crisis has changed the conversation around energy policy, with some suggesting energy security concerns will trump climate worries. How countries balance this will be critical for UN climate talks this year, providing an early and unexpected test of the world’s resolve to tackle the climate crisis with cooperative solutions. COP27 in Egypt will be different from previous meetings, as negotiators turn to the Paris Agreement’s implementation phase, with preparatory talks in Bonn offering a glimpse into some priority issues and hints of where trouble might emerge.

Topics:
Policy and Regulation, Low-Carbon Policy, Coal, CO2 Emissions
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