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Dateline: July 27 2027

In the last five years a perfect storm of crises in energy, food, industry and on the environmental front blew in. We were barely over the worst of the Covid-19 crunch, when Russia’s attack on Ukraine sent Europe — and the world — into a maelstrom of rising prices and short supply. And then the heatwaves of 2022 brought the focus back to climate change...

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