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Climate Change: China, U.S. Not Doing Enough the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development or OECD),

Global greenhouse gas emissions are higher than ever. What’s to be done?
“Redrawing the Energy-Climate Map,” a special report [pdf] by the International Energy Agency (IEA), was released on Monday, and the findings are sobering. (See related story: “What’s Behind the New Warning on… China, China U.S. Not Doing Enough, Climate, climate change, Environment, global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, International Energy Agency (IEA), Keeping Climate Change in Check, OECD, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Politics & Legislation, US-China

Phase out fossil fuel subsidies and limit use of coal-fired plants, International Energy Agency (IEA) says

The world is not on track to reach its goal of limiting global temperature increase to 2°C, warned the International Energy Agency (IEA) on Monday.
Highlighting the need for intensive action in the energy sector before 2020, the IEA noted that the energy sector accounts for about two-thirds of… climate change, co2, Coal, energy sector, global greenhouse gas, International Energy Agency (IEA), Wind energy

IEA, climate, and energy Press Release, International Energy Agency (IEA)

Four energy policies can keep the 2 °C climate goal alive
Press Release, International Energy Agency (IEA)
Warning that the world is not on track to limit the global temperature increase to 2 degrees Celsius, the International Energy Agency (IEA) today urged governments to swiftly enact four… carbon dioxide (CO2), climate change, Global Energy, International Energy Agency, International Energy Agency (IEA)

IEA stop-gap measures not enough to tackle climate change report released today (10 June) by the International Energy Agency (IEA),

Commenting on a report released today (10 June) by the International Energy Agency (IEA), Redrawing the energy-climate map, WWF said that, although the short-term measures proposed by the IEA to keep climate change within ‘safe’ levels were welcome, countries need to move further… energy efficiency standards, Global Warming, International Energy Agency (IEA), WWF Global Climate & Energy Initiative

Germany Must Manage Growth and Costs of Renewable Power, International Energy Agency (IEA) says

While there is much to celebrate about the current direction of Germany’s energy policy, the nation must take steps to manage both the growth and the cost of its renewable power capacity, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said in its new country report.
IEA executive director Maria van der… (NREAP), Costs of Renewable Power, German photovoltaics (PV), Germany’s energy policy, International Energy Agency (IEA), National Renewable Action Plan, Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG)

How Is Expanding Oil and Gas Production Consistent with Addressing Climate Change? International Energy Agency (IEA)

Last month the International Energy Agency (IEA) reported that the amount of carbon dioxide emitted for each unit of global energy use was essentially unchanged between 1990 and 2010, despite the implementation of global climate agreements and the expenditure of hundreds of billions of… Carbon and De-carbonization, Cleantech, Climate, climate change, climate change policy, domestic oil and gas, Energy and Economy, Energy Security, Environmental Policy, Finance, Global Energy, greenhouse gas emissions, International Energy Agency (IEA), natural gas, Oil, Oil and Gas Production, Renewables, US Environmental Protection Agency, US greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions

“Companies are betting that government climate policies will fail” – The Economist “According to the International Energy Agency (IEA)

The reason fossil fuel firms are not trying to reduce their carbon emissions could be due to uncertainty on climate and energy policy, suggests the Economist in a recent editorial.
The paper cites cuts in renewable energy support schemes as one of the elements influencing investors…. climate and energy policy, European Union, government climate policies, International Energy Agency (IEA)

Subsidies for unburnable carbon need to go up in smoke global greenhouse gas emissions come from burning fossil fuels

More than half of global greenhouse gas emissions come from burning fossil fuels. Reducing and eventually eliminating fossil fuel use is a critical priority. Most of the world’s remaining fossil fuel reserves need to stay in the ground if we are to avoid dangerous climate change.
Yet… climate change, fuel production, global greenhouse, International Energy Agency (IEA), International Monetary Fund (IMF), OECD, Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, renewable energy

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