ESA chief: current energy crisis small compared to climate change

The European Space Agency (ESA) urges not to lose sight of the economic consequences of climate change amid the current energy crisis. Current concerns about energy supplies are justified, ESA Director General Josef Aschbacher told Reuters in an interview published Thursday.

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