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India’s energy policy is key to the planet’s future

Tuesday 23 Feb 21 2:00pm

 

By PAUL BROWN | Here’s the bad news: Unless India opts for a totally new energy policy - a revolutionary switch to a clean future - the world has no chance of avoiding dangerous climate change.

But there’s some much better news too: with the right policies, it can both improve the lives of its own citizens and offer the entire planet hope of a livable climate.

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