IEA: National climate plans could deliver 'peak' fossil fuel demand in 2025

Cecilia Keating
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But agency calls on policymakers to ramp up green policies and investments, noting that existing decarbonisation pledges still leave the world on track for dangerously escalating climate impacts

Fossil fuel use is set to peak by 2025 if the climate pledges announced so far by governments are delivered, according to the latest projections from the International Energy Agency (IEA) that suggest...

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