we welcome bilal and mary. good luck. let's go to work in the jeopardy! round. here are your categories. we'll start with... a little... and... n-o-d appears in each response. - jonathan, your board. - let's do wrestling for $200. - bilal. - what is tag team? - yes. - wrestling for $600. - jonathan. - what is a bear hug? - yes. - wrestling, $400.
bilal: i think you're right. we are only now starting to get some sense of what the economic implications are. for me, there's kind of two channels for which this has an impact on the economy. one is it lives up to digitally higher growth because the government invests in the green sector that creates new demand, but the more difficult side is what does it mean for the existing use of energy. you end up with all of these strange dynamic swear in europe, -- strange dynamics where in europe, europe needs investment in industrial batteries to increase storage of electricity, but europeans won't buy those in asia because the factories that produce those batteries are powered by coal, so you end up with a shortage of batteries in europe, which means you can't have the electricity you need to power electric vehicles. so there will be sequencing issues where if you take the purest approach where you don't want to have any exposure to coal, you don't build the infrastructure you need to allow this transition to happen. i
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