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A swift reduction in global coal emissions is central to climate challenge

The world must move quickly to significantly reduce CO2 emissions from coal in order to avoid severe impacts from climate change, a new report from the International Energy Agency (IEA) has said. It has called for immediate policy action to mobilise massive financing for clean energy alternatives and to ensure secure, affordable and fair transitions, especially in emerging and developing economies.
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