Energy Transitions Commission | Making Mission Possible

Energy is essential to increased economic prosperity. But if global energy growth continues in line with past trends and energy supply continues to depend primarily on fossil fuels, greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions will rise to levels that threaten catastrophic climate change. Even after allowing for significant improvements in energy productivity and for the impact of announced policies, the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) Current Policies Scenario shows us en route to 3°C warming

Energy is essential to increased economic prosperity. But if global energy growth continues in line with past trends and energy supply continues to depend primarily on fossil fuels, greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions will rise to levels that threaten catastrophic climate change. Even after allowing for significant improvements in energy productivity and for the impact of announced policies, the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) Current Policies Scenario shows us en route to 3°C warming

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