Report  |  14 November 2011

Messages from the IEA's Energy World Energy Outlook 2011

Act now - or be locked in

By Alex Forbes

EER's UK correspondent Alex Forbes attended the launch last week of the International Energy Agency's flagship publication, the World Energy Outlook, and reports on its major findings. The IEA has been sounding strong warnings to policymakers for some years now about the necessity to tackle climate change by switching to a low-carbon energy future. This year, for the first time, it has put a deadline to its warnings: by 2017, if present trends continue, the world will be locked into a 2°C temperature rise.

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