BloombergNEF: Energy emissions have peaked, but world remains on track for 3.3C temperature rise

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Build out of wind and solar is expected to displace fossil fuels from the global energy mix | Credit: Karsten Wurth
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Build out of wind and solar is expected to displace fossil fuels from the global energy mix | Credit: Karsten Wurth

Achieving 'well under' 2C degree by mid-century is possible, analysts claim, but it will require up to $130tr of investment in clean energy and green hydrogen

Despite the huge impact of the coronavirus pandemic on energy sector emissions, the world remains on track for a likely disastrous 3.3C temperature increase by 2100, according to the latest analysis from...

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