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November 6 -- The defining characteristic of the energy-climate challenge is its global scale. Trying to address it at the individual level can sometimes feel like (to borrow a timeworn but appropriate cliché) rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic. One can recycle plastic bottles, ride a bike to work, change light bulbs, and use reusable bags for shopping. These are all great habits, to be sure. However, such well-intentioned efforts by individuals and households may well shrink to irrelevance, unless we put a halt to the inexorable rise of coal-based power across Asia, from China to the Philippines to Indonesia to Bangladesh to India. >>View Article

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