Can Europe keep the lights on without Russia?
19 May 2022
Vicky Pryce, former joint head of the UK Government Economic Service, Andrew Simms, political economist and co-author of the Green New Deal and Myles Allen, Professor of Geosystem science at the University of Oxford, discussed European energy security and climate change for a recent Prospect Talks event.
EU countries continue to send an estimated billion euros every day to Russia for oil and gas imports as they fail to impose a total energy embargo. Europe faces a choice: continue to pay Russia for energy and fund the war raging in Ukraine, threatening EU security, or find alternative ways to keep energy supplies flowing. So how can Europe keep the lights on without Russia?
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