Don't have that Baby just yet ...
"I believe that in a world with still more people, wanting still more growth for good reasons, the demand for energy, raw materials and resources will increase and so, over time so, over time, will the prices," she said.
"I think we have to realize that in the world of the 21st century for us to have the cheapest possible energy is not the answer."
"As facts change, so must policy. The EU must change course and in the UK the Climate Change act must be thrown on the scrap heap of mistaken ideas," he said.
"A higher world population means we should stop subsidizing inefficient and expensive wind turbines and instead make better use of fracking, nuclear energy and tidal power."