War May Change How We Rely on Big Oil

Energy companies’ reactions to Russia’s war on Ukraine

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Economic inequality, war, abuse of natural resources and our living environment, and climate change have always been related. What is happening now, following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, shows it clearly.

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