How our increasingly interconnected infrastructure has left us on a knife edge
Even renewables are threatened by an expansion of Russian hostilities.
It used to be in times of war that a country’s infrastructure was pretty much self-contained. Coal mines and oil wells were on land and power plants and factories could only be taken out by bombing or, in relatively rare cases, sabota…
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