Energy and Storage
Oil, Money and Power: How Competition Could Create a New World Order
11–11:45 a.m. G.M.T.
Chairman, Solar Impulse Foundation
Journalist, Energy, the Environment and the Middle East, The New York Times
Head of Earth Sciences, Natural History Museum
International Program Director, Stand.earth
Riches from extractive activities and access to resources have been the lifeblood of international order in the 20th century. Now, sources of influence are changing, and international competition is not about getting the most resources, but rather the best resources. As the world moves away from fossil fuels, what new types of influence and innovation will emerge?
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