IEA outlines sustainable COVID-19 recovery plan to cut emissions, grow green jobs

Published 11:25 on June 18, 2020  /  Last updated at 21:13 on June 18, 2020  /  Africa, Americas, Asia Pacific, China, EMEA, International  /  No Comments

The International Energy Agency on Thursday outlined a $3 trillion coronavirus recovery plan that it says will reduce global 2023 GHG emissions by 4.5 billion tonnes of CO2e below BAU levels, all while adding to economic growth and saving or creating millions of jobs.

The International Energy Agency on Thursday outlined a $3 trillion coronavirus recovery plan that it says will reduce global 2023 GHG emissions by 4.5 billion tonnes of CO2e below BAU levels, all while adding to economic growth and saving or creating millions of jobs.

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