As recently as 18 months ago, many policymakers, academics, and pundits in the United States and Europe were waxing lyrical about the geopolitical benefits of the coming transition to cleaner, greener energy. They understood that the move away from a carbon-intensive energy system that relied on fossil fuels was going to be difficult for some countries. But on the whole, the conventional wisdom held that the shift to new sources of energy would not only aid the fight against climate change but also put an end to the troublesome geopolitics of the old energy order.
Bordoff, Jason, and Meghan L. O'Sullivan. "The Age of Energy Insecurity: How the Fight for Resources Is Upending Geopolitics Essays." Foreign Affairs 102.3 (May/June 2023): 104-119.