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If you were in charge of energy, how would you spend $400 billion?

$400 billion could buy about four billion solar panels or pay for the global eradication of malaria four times over Image: REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier

David Parker

Attorney-General; Minister of Economic Development, Environment, Trade and Export Growth; and Associate Minister of Finance, New Zealand

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