New energy policy for providing growth and employment
This report is a public speech, which springs from the observations of researchers of various fields, of the notion that the present energy policy does not serve the national benefit as a whole. The new energy policy thinking demonstrated in this report, when implemented, would lead to the economic and employment growth and to many other positive phenomena in the society. Through the new energy policy, preventing the climate change would become a great opportunity to our country instead of a threat.
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