Fyson on... a realistic digest of future energy policy options

In the long term, energy policy has to result in the acquisition of all supplies from non-polluting, emission-free sources. Achieve this and the amount of energy that societies consume will have little significance for the climate. But in the short term, faced with an immediate climate change crisis, the long-awaited DTI report The Energy Challenge reasonably argues that the starting point for cutting emissions has to be energy saving.

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