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How the energy sector can deliver on climate agreement in Copenhagen

By: International Energy Agency (IEA).
Publisher: Paris: IEA, 2009Description: 62 p. ilustraciones.Subject(s): Medio Ambiente | Sector Energético | Gases del Efecto Invernadero | COP 15 | Cambio ClimáticoDDC classification: 333.72 Online resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online Summary: This excerpt is a contribution from the energy sector to inform the negotiation leading into Copenhagen. It summarises the results of a fully - updated reference scenario, detailing by sector and by country / region the trends in energy use and emissions and the investments and funding needed to meet the 450 scenario. This scenario analyses measures to force energy - related CO2 emissions down to a trajectory that, taking full account of the trends and mitigation potential for non - CO2 greenhouse gases and CO2 emissions outside the energy sector, would be consistent with ultimately stabilising the concentration of all greenhouse in the atmosphere al 450 ppm. This level of concentration is expected to give rise to a global temperature increase of 2ºC.
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This excerpt is a contribution from the energy sector to inform the negotiation leading into Copenhagen. It summarises the results of a fully - updated reference scenario, detailing by sector and by country / region the trends in energy use and emissions and the investments and funding needed to meet the 450 scenario. This scenario analyses measures to force energy - related CO2 emissions down to a trajectory that, taking full account of the trends and mitigation potential for non - CO2 greenhouse gases and CO2 emissions outside the energy sector, would be consistent with ultimately stabilising the concentration of all greenhouse in the atmosphere al 450 ppm. This level of concentration is expected to give rise to a global temperature increase of 2ºC.

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