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An Environmental Catastrophe Is About to Happen by 2025

  • Publish date: Wednesday، 02 November 2022
An Environmental Catastrophe Is About to Happen by 2025
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The International Energy Agency expects global emissions of greenhouse gases to peak in 2025, due to a profound reorientation of global energy markets since the start of the Russian war in Ukraine.

IEA’s Disaster Prevention Efforts

In its annual report for 2022, the Agency warned of gaps between rich and poor countries in the field of investments in carbon-neutral energies, calling for a major international effort to bridge the worrying gap.

It also underlined the need for massive investments in clean energies, whether green or low-carbon such as nuclear power in addition to the need to accelerate work in areas such as electric car batteries and decarbonized hydrogen electrolyzers for the industry.

Global Efforts to Avoid Consequences

Governments have announced their commitment to climate investments to avoid catastrophic consequences, as global carbon dioxide emissions will peak at 37 billion tons in 2025 and then decline to 32 billion tons in 2050.

Despite these efforts, the average temperature will rise by about 2.5 degrees Celsius by the year 2100, and accordingly, these investments must exceed $2 trillion by 2030, to rise to 4 trillion to meet the conditions of the scenario that expects net zero emissions in the year 2050.

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