CO2 emissions from energy remain flat for third year running

Early action in transitioning to a low-carbon energy sector is critical not only for keeping global warming to under 2C, but also for minimizing the risks of additional stranded fossil fuel assets, which could amount to as much as an additional $10 trillion in assets by First-Ever IEA & IRENA Report: Early Action Needed To Prevent $10 Trillion In Stranded Fossil Fuel Assets was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.

CO2 emissions from energy remain flat for third year running

Carbon dioxide emissions from the energy sector have not increased for three years in a row even as the global economy grew

Fri 17 Mar 17 from Newscientist

Global carbon emissions continue to stabilize, US has 3% drop

Plunging coal use is key driver in keeping emissions flat as economies grow.

Fri 17 Mar 17 from Arstechnica

First-Ever IEA & IRENA Report: Energy Emissions Can Be Reduced 70% By 2050

Global energy-related carbon dioxide emissions could be reduced by as much as 70% by 2050, and completely phased out by 2060, all while providing a net positive economic outlook that could benefit ...

Tue 21 Mar 17 from CleanTechnica

First-Ever IEA & IRENA Report: Global Energy Transition To Generate $Trillions In GDP Growth & Annual Benefits, Tue 21 Mar 17 from CleanTechnica

CO2 Emissions Flat For Third Straight Year, Still Decoupled From Economic Growth, Says IEA

The International Energy Agency has confirmed that global energy-related carbon dioxide emissions remained flat for the third straight year in 2016, even as the global economy grew, confirming ...

Mon 20 Mar 17 from CleanTechnica

How can anaerobic digesters match the humble cows efficiency?

Jason Ford News Editor The global biogas industry is estimated to be worth £1 trillion but to date, cows produce biogas more efficiently than any tank designed to imitate bovine enteric ...

Mon 20 Mar 17 from The Engineer

2 reports, 1 conclusion: energy shift must start soon

BERLIN (AP) -- Two international bodies say the world needs to swiftly shift energy production away from fossil fuels if it is to prevent a dangerous increase in global temperatures....

Mon 20 Mar 17 from AP

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