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Energy Update

February 2010

Does the planet have a secure and sustainable energy future?

Energy update

With global population growth expected to continue until mid-way through this century, total energy demands will rise by a half over the next twenty-five years.

Can existing energy reserves actually supply future demand? What alternatives exist?

What kinds of new geopolitical challenges are associated with the search for energy security?

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This resource will have particular appeal for GCSE and A-level candidates who are studying energy issues. The items describe new discoveries and important breakthroughs in energy technology; and also link this information with questions of energy security and sustainability.

In the Members' Area:

  • Fossil fuels update
  • Technology brings new energy sources
  • Geopolitics and energy supply issues
  • Student activities (suitable for AQA and other specifications)

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