'Unambitious': IEA sustainable steel plan slammed by campaigners

Cecilia Keating
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IEA estimates that global steel sector can reach net zero emissions by 2070 and argues that the carbon-intensive sector must halve its emissions by mid-century to meet global climate goals

A net zero roadmap for the global steel sector published last week by the International Energy Agency (IEA) has come under fire from campaigners who claim that its projections lack ambition and could jeopardise...

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