Top 20 fossil fuel countries need to ramp up transition in next Paris pledges -report

Published 01:01 on June 13, 2024  /  Last updated at 17:02 on June 11, 2024  / Sara Stefanini /  Africa, Americas, Asia Pacific, Australia, Canada, China, Climate Talks, EMEA, Middle East, US

A third of the world's 20 largest fossil fuel-producing countries made no mention of oil, gas, or coal in their last round of Paris Agreement pledges, while those that do mention it talk, explicitly or implicitly, about a continuation or increase in production, according to analysis published on Thursday.
A third of the world's 20 largest fossil fuel-producing countries made no mention of oil, gas, or coal in their last round of Paris Agreement pledges, while those that do mention it talk, explicitly or implicitly, about a continuation or increase in production, according to analysis published on Thursday.


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