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+ - Understanding "energy trilemma" of energy security, sustainability, & equity->

Submitted by Lasrick
Lasrick (2629253) writes "Adnan Hezri explores the dilemma developing countries face in moving toward a sustainable future, given the difficulty of incorporating climate change into energy policy: 'Over the coming decades, fast-developing nations are likely to account for an ever-increasing share of global carbon emissions—particularly China, India, and Brazil. But in the poorest countries, the biggest challenge continues to be energy access itself. Even the world's biggest carbon emitters haven't yet fully incorporated climate change into their energy policies—so it should come as no surprise that, in the poorest countries, transformation of energy systems is usually not even a fringe consideration. '"
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