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03
Feb
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Cars: A National Pride, Revisited in Low-Carbon Mode?

Brands used to be fiercely nationally determined for cars: U.S. for large people carriers, German

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30
Jan
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Energy in the New Cold War: Critical Minerals

Critical minerals play a vital role in maintaining a country’s economic and national security. It

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26
Jan
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The Jevons’ Paradox Applied to Electromobility

Way back in the 19th century, William Stanley Jevons, a Scottish economist, theorized the rebound

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17
Jan
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2030 Climate Objectives, Torpedoed by Subsidiarity and Slow-Regulating

The EU has grand ambitions regarding climate, carbon neutrality in 2050 begins as early as

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17
Jan
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Lithium Production by Country (1995-2021)

Lithium is often dubbed as “white gold” for electric vehicles. The lightweight metal plays a

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13
Jan
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Navigating the Future Cost of Mobility: Learning the Lessons from the Recent Past

The last two years, featuring two major geopolitical events, the pandemic and the war in

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