IEA criticizes governments for not doing enough about climate change

With the current policies, global energy consumption will increase by 25 percent ahead of 2040, accompanied by continued growth in greenhouse gas emissions. 


When it comes to climate change, the divide between what politicians say and do is profound. 

"There's a fundamental lack of cohesion between the climate political ambitions and the reality that unfolds on the basis of political actions," states Fatih Birol, executive director of the International Energy Agency, IEA.

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