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IEA lays out pathway for net-zero emissions by 2050

Report lays out 400 milestones that must be reached across a variety of sectors

Governments must take further action immediately to bring global energy-related CO₂ emissions to net zero by 2050 and give the world an even chance of limiting the global temperature rise to 1.5°C this century, according to a report from the IEA. The roadmap sets out more than 400 milestones to guide all nations to reaching net-zero emissions by 2050. These include—with immediate effect—no investment in new fossil fuel capacity and no further FIDs for new unabated coal plants. By 2035, there should be no sales of new internal combustion engine passenger cars and, by 2040, the global electricity sector should reach net-zero emissions. “Our roadmap shows the priority actions that a



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