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IEA Maps Out 'Hugely beneficial' Pathway To Net Zero By 2050

The International Energy Agency has mapped out a comprehensive route to 2050 net zero which can create 'millions of jobs' and keeps the IPCC's recommended limit of 1.5 degrees warming within our sights.


These include, from today, no investment in new fossil fuel supply projects, and no further final investment decisions for new unabated coal plants.

As the steps toward carbon neutrality become ever clearer, and ever more necessary, will it become clear which countries are beholden to vested interests and intentionally slowing climate action?

You can find the press release here, or if you're a stat lover you can check out some of the data and graphs from the IEA's report here.




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