While the Women’s World Cup ultimately ended in disappointment for English supporters, it’s somewhat fitting that climate policy is increasingly being made into a political football. The failure in the UK and elsewhere to address climate policy’s inherent time-consistency problem is likely to push the green transition into extra time.
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