The challenge of climate change can only be met through the fundamental redesign and transformation of our energy system. Our reliance on fossil fuels for energy is hampering international efforts to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. Our work focuses on the legal and regulatory barriers to such a transformation, and explores the tools that will achieve a rapid decarbonisation of our economies.

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