Can the UN Combat Climate Change and Also Provide Energy Equality to All?

From Charles Kenny of  the 'Center for Global Development', writing in The Atlantic:

Those who are anti-coal, anti-gas, anti-dam, and anti-nuclear when it comes to energy development in the developing world are implying that people there shouldn’t use electricity at nearly the level or low price that Westerners do. This, in turn, denies people safety, security, longevity, and comfort.

Source: Sustainable Development Goals: Can the UN Combat Climate Change and Provide Energy to All? - The Atlantic

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