Categories: Climate Change

by Peter

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Categories: Climate Change

by Peter

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FYI:  “Our new report, ‘The Paris Effect’, demonstrates that countries, companies and investors now have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to scale zero-carbon industries in the 2020s, creating prosperous growth, millions of jobs and more resilient economies.

 

In 2015, low-carbon technologies and business models could rarely compete with high-carbon solutions. Today, these solutions are competitive in sectors representing around 25% of emissions. By 2030, that could be over 70%.

 

In the crucial months before #COP26, more countries and companies can build a clean, resilient economy – confident that they will reap huge rewards for citizens, employees and investors.”

 

https://www.systemiq.earth/paris-effect/

 

 

 

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