, Volume 85, Number 6

Senior Research Fellow, Energy, Environment and Resources
Michael A Levi
This article outlines some of the barriers and problems that may arise as governments and companies try to address climate and energy security concerns simultaneously in various energy supply areas. It concludes by arguing against choosing one objective over the other, and by outlining steps that can be taken to help resolve conflicts between the two agendas.

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