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  • ENERGY EFFICIENCY, THE GAME CHANGER

    The International Energy Agency this week reported that our global economy could be $18 trillion better off by 2035 if we adopted energy efficiency as a “first choice” for new energy supplies. This could be a real game changer for the climate.

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  • RENEWABLES ON THE RISE

    A transition to cleaner forms of energy has already begun in many countries, but despite the recent fast rate of technological innovation and cost reduction, renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies must still compete with carbon intensive energy technologies.

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  • FINANCING THE CHANGE

    The World Bank estimates that over the next 15 years, the global economy will require $89 trillion in infrastructure investments in cities, energy, and land-use systems, and $4.1 trillion in incremental investment to make the low-carbon transition that will keep the planet under a 2 degree Celsius rise in temperature.

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