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Climate-Safe World Means Millions of New Energy Jobs

Sun glints off one of the many solar panels atop the IRENA headquarters building in Masdar City, UAE. A 1,000 m2 solar photovoltaic rooftop system produces 305,000 kWh of electricity annually in addition to solar hot water. The renewable energy output of the building covers about 10 percent of the building's energy demand. 2015 (Photo courtesy IRENA) Posted for media use

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates, July 19, 2021 (Maximpact.com News) – “We have no time. The window is closing and the pathway to a net-zero future is narrowing.” With these warning words, Francesco La Camera, who heads the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), opened his Foreword to IRENA‚Äôs latest analysis, “World Energy Transitions Outlook.”

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Decent Living for All Need Not Cost the Earth

Homeless people camping on the sidewalk in Denver, Colorado, June 3, 2021 (Photo by Daniel Moskowitz) Creative Commons license via Flickr)

LEEDS, UK, July 2, 2021 (Maximpact.com News) – Securing decent living standards for everyone on Earth while fighting climate breakdown will require fundamental economic changes, according to new research led by the UK’s University of Leeds.

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