Climate Breakthroughs 2021

IEA report outlines the radical measures needed to reach net-zero by 2050

"If we want to reach net zero by 2050 we do not need any more investments in new oil, gas and coal projects," Fatih Birol, the IEA's executive director. Image: Unsplash/ETA+

Nina Chestney

Reporter, Reuters

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