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International community got together in November 2015 and agreed to keep the increase in global average temperature from pre-industrial levels to well below 2°C the threshold at which most experts believe the worst impacts from climate change can still be avoided, and pursue efforts to limit the rise to 1.5°C.

In fact, energy-related emissions make up three-quarters of global greenhouse gases (GHG). Implementing the Paris Agreement thus implies a radical transformation of energy production and its usage. The essential components of any climate strategy comprise of an across-the-board adoption of energy conservation measures to decrease consumption, particularly of fossil fuels, in every energy end-use and transformation sector. It is also imperative to substitute fossil fuel-based electricity with low-carbon sources such as nuclear or renewable energy or with fossil fuel power plants equipped with carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology.
Moreover, the electrification of energy use in buildings, industry and transport sectors, whenever possible.
 

Monday, November 6, 2017