World Energy Outlook – Special Briefing for COP21

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‘World Energy Outlook – Special Briefing for COP21’
Oktober 2015, 9 pagina’s

The International Energy Agency (IEA) released a World Energy Outlook (WEO) special briefing that outlines the energy sector implications of national climate pledges submitted for the upcoming climate summit in Paris (COP21). The briefing finds that if all countries meet goals outlined in their submitted pledges, known as Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs), growth in energy-related emissions – which account for two-thirds of total greenhouse gas emissions – will slow to a relative crawl by 2030.

Meer informatie
IEA, 21 oktober 2015: Climate pledges for COP21 slow energy sector emissions growth dramatically
FluxEnergie, 22 oktober 2015: IEA: Klimaatbeloftes vertragen groei CO2-uitstoot, maar niet genoeg
The Guardian, 21 oktober 2015: Paris climate pledges ‘will slow energy emissions’
The Washington Post, 21 oktober 2015: Countries are set to dramatically cut their carbon emissions. And it still isn’t enough.

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