The continuing energy crisis, in the midst of an ongoing fight against climate change and movement towards renewable power, has brought the importance of energy systems into sharp relief. As scientists and the public grapple with how to transform our dependent relationship with energy, many complex and competing factors must be navigated, from public opinion and social wellbeing to economic development and net zero commitments.
In this edition of environmental SCIENTIST, the IES brings together key voices from multiple academic and professional fields to examine both the progress made and the challenges yet to overcome.
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