All around the world, supplies of energy cannot keep up with soaring demand. That means higher energy prices. But more expensive natural gas, oil and other fossil fuels means staying warm this winter will cost consumers a lot more money. Today we explain what triggered this energy crisis, who will it hurt the most, and how the fossil fuel crunch could impact the climate crisis?
In this episode:
Henning Gloystein (@hgloystein), Director of Energy, Climate & Resources at Eurasia Group
Justin Schott, Project Manager of Energy Equity Project, Urban Energy Justice Lab (@JustUrbanEnergy) at the University of Michigan School for Environment & Sustainability
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