Climate. Covid And Conflict: Implications and Outlooks – World Energy Council

The world is reeling from global energy shocks triggered by the convergence of crises: climate change, covid, and conflict.

The interaction of these crises has cascading and uneven impacts in energy which are felt at all levels of society. As leaders seek to step up to meet these crises, responses reflect different experiences and expectations.

World Energy Pulse 2022 presents a quick “pulse” of current attitudes and trends felt across the industry and provides global and regional perspectives of crises implications and transformational actions.

Findings are based on responses to the World Energy Pulse received during the first half of April 2022.

To inform the World Energy Community and enable real-time decision-making amid a fast-changing situation, World Energy Pulses will be taken at regular intervals over the coming months.

For more detailed data and insights, please contact partners@worldenergy.org

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