Limiting climate change will cost $10.5tr says Energy Agency

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Renewables will need to account for 37 per cent of low-carbon energy sources by 2030

Avoiding the most severe potentials of climate change will require global investment of $10.5tn (£6.3tr) over the next 20 years, with renewables accounting for 60 per cent of energy production, according...

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