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The looming energy gap is on track to be filled but only if policy is implemented effectively and without delay
CCS potentially offers a revival of coal power with dramatically reduced carbon emissions. But much is unproven
With no end to high energy prices in sight, can anything be done to soften their impact?
The EU Emissions Trading Scheme has shown carbon trading can contribute to emission cuts but has yet to deliver investment in low-carbon technologies
The coalition Government favours high-speed rail and opposes Heathrow expansion – but many questions remain
How should decisions on major infrastructure projects be made?
Annual flood damage costs £1 billion – but this could rise to £27 billion by 2080
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