C-MACC Weekly Sustainability and Energy Transition Report
With A Little Help From My Friends: How We Drive Global Progress
- As COP28 approaches, we would expect the social environmental justice piece to take center stage as emission reduction must include the developing world.
- For years now, the attendees at the COP meetings have been trying to iterate toward inexpensive solutions that do not result in energy inflation.
- At some point, this needs to be addressed head-on as even developed nations cannot evolve without higher costs, and they then need to subsidize other nations.
- The next few years’ political mindsets of those in power suggest challenges with reaching a global agreement – the weather needs to get a lot worse to drive focus.
- Otherwise, we look at behind-the-meter power, bioplastics, more recycling challenges, decarbonizing LNG, and the cost of not using hydrogen.
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