Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has forced the EU and the United States to take real strides towards transitioning into green energy in the hopes of reducing their dependence on Russia’s fossil fuel exports. Did it have to take a war for governments to take green energy seriously?
Globalization is not new. People have traded goods across oceans and continents since the Silk Road. But this 2,000 year legacy may now be in jeopardy as an increasing number of experts warn that globalization, as we know it, may be coming to an end.
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