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Does the key to meeting the challenges of energy and climate change lie in the in the global energy, financial and corporate worlds? Who holds the power to addressing the challenges and how can they be influenced? What part do fuel composition, supply location and associated transportation have to play in the geopolitical risk of our future energy supply? Most importantly, how can we understand, anticipate and collaborate to provide sustainable energy in the future? Join this timely British Academy debate about the future of our energy before the outcome of the Paris Climate Summit is revealed in December.
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Lord Nicholas Stern FBA, FRS, President of the British Academy
Ed Davey, former Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change
Fiona Harvey, Environment Correspondent, the Guardian