NEW DELHI: In a few weeks from now the world’s high table, the Conference of Parties or COP, for battling climate change will converge in Dubai. The run-up to the meeting has been marred by a dramatic turn in geopolitics—especially the spread of regional wars to the Middle East. Unfortunately, the outcome of this meeting holds the key to battling climate change. Especially in resolving the energy transitions to enable sustainable growth. The recent spike in extreme weather events is a warning that climate change is worsening and that it can no longer be kicked down the road. How will the world negotiate these tough choices? Is there a way out? To answer all this and more we spoke to Atul Arya, Chief Energy Strategist, S&P Global Commodity Insights, and one of the foremost experts in the world on energy transitions.
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