Helen Talks to Robert Gross a professor of energy, technology & policy at Imperial College, London and director of the UK Energy Research Centre. They discuss the recent G7 Summit and future significant environment plans, the importance of phasing out coal and the alternatives for country’s that burn the most coal and the main policies that would make a big change to energy tradition and how quickly that change could be made
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