NEW EDITION of the IEA's Net Zero Roadmap




The IEA has published a new edition of their landmark Net Zero Roadmap, which shows that driving down greenhouse gas emissions from the world’s energy sector to net zero and limiting global warming to 1.5 ̊C remains possible due to the record growth of key clean energy technologies – though momentum still needs to increase rapidly in many areas. The 2023 edition of the Roadmap sets out a global pathway to keep the 1.5 ̊C goal in reach, providing a comprehensive update to the groundbreaking original report, which was published in 2021 and has served as an essential benchmark for policy makers, industry, the financial sector and civil society. The 2023 update incorporates the significant changes to the energy landscape in the past two years, including the post-pandemic economic rebound and the extraordinary growth in some clean energy technologies – but also increased investment in fossil fuels and stubbornly high emissions.


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