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World Energy Scenarios Show: Strong Government Policies Needed to Limit Climate Change

“One of the big messages of the Scenarios is that if the commitment is there, the ambitions of COP21 can be achieved.” This is how Ged Davis, the Executive Chair of the team producing the scenarios, sums up what is perhaps the most important message to come out of the flagship publication just published by the World Energy Council.
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