Fuel bottlenecks, gas rationing: the world could be heading for a ’70s-style energy crisis – or worse

ANALYSIS. The global economy has, in part, been able to withstand rising energy prices. But prices could continue to rise to unsustainable levels under Russian sanctions. Supply shortages could lead to hard choices, including rationing. The world is grappling with gravity-defying energy price spikes in everything from gasoline and natural gas to coal. Some fear … Read more

Europe has an obligation to help other regions make the ecological transition | Opinion

The European Green Deal (green deal) must become a global ecological pact. The European Union (EU) has made laudable commitments – including its plan to cut its own emissions by 55% by 2030 – and was the only major economy to present plans to make the dramatic reductions that the IPCC [Painel Intergovernamental para as … Read more