Cities are in the frontline for cutting carbon emissions, new IEA report finds
Energy Technology Perspectives 2016 shows that decarbonising urban buildings and transport is key to attain Paris climate goals, but slow progress will test governments’ commitment
1 June 2016
Decoupling of global emissions and economic growth confirmed
IEA analysis shows energy-related emissions of CO2 stalled for the second year in a row as renewable energy surged
16 March 2016
IEA backs Canada’s new energy and climate commitments
Review of Canadian energy policies urges federal government to turn climate pledges into energy policies
25 February 2016
Low prices should give no cause for complacency on energy security, IEA says
Latest World Energy Outlook also sees clear signs that the energy transition is underway, but warns strong direction is needed from Paris climate summit
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