Everyone is agreed, the climate crisis has to be addressed. Across the world governments are looking to renewable energy as the solution.  But many argue these 'clean' energies aren't so clean after all.  Electric car batteries and solar panels are almost indestructible and contain seriously toxic elements.  Critics claim governments have no credible plans for their disposal and in twenty years time there will hundreds of millions of them.  

Is our focus on renewables a mistake?  Should we overcome our worries about nuclear energy and invest in it rapidly as an alternative, or might  new technologies like fusion be the answer?   At root, can we rely on humanity’s ability to use technology to solve both the current environmental crisis, and any future crisis?  Or Is relentless consumption and growth itself to blame for our environmental issues? 

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