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Carbon Surge After Covid-19

Renewable energy is also booming, with green sources set to supply 30% of electricity this year. However, The International Energy Agency (IEA) is predicting a major surge in CO2 emissions from energy this year, as the world rebounds from the pandemic. The use of coal in Asia is expected to be key: the International Energy Agency says it will push global demand up by 4.5%, taking it close to the global peak seen in 2014. But CO2 will rise by the second largest annual amount on record .Do you think that climate agreements is likely to have an impact on CO2 surge as soon as possible ?

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