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Paris COP21 review: the return of global CO2 constraints?

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December's UN climate conference (COP21) produced the Paris Agreement, the most significant greenhouse gas emissions treaty since the Kyoto Protocol in 1997. In this research video, Wood Mackenzie's Global Trends team examine the key points of the Paris Agreement, and present an alternative scenario for global energy demand. Cutting global CO2 emissions to meet the Agreement's 2 degree C ambition looks unachievable, but significant changes could be ahead for coal, oil, gas and renewables markets.

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