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Global carbon constraints - what could it mean for energy?

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23 November 2015

Global carbon constraints - what could it mean for energy?

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December 2015 sees the 21st round of UN climate negotiations in Paris, France. If a deal is agreed, it could put the world on a greenhouse gas emissions trajectory that would imply significant changes to global energy supply, demand and trade, in comparison to our current forecast. Wood Mackenzie’s carbon-constrained scenario explores the energy sector impacts of restricting future growth in global CO2 emissions.

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