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Hypocrisy in Energy Consumption
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22:38 - 25:33 (02:54)

The people who want cheap and abundant energy with no compromise or regulation must accept that, to improve the planet's condition, we need tough standards of production and protection. The speaker states that society must accept its hypocrisy when it comes to enjoying modern comfort at the expense of the energy system.

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