Goal of zeroing CO2 is far from being achieved

According to surveys by the International Energy Agency (IEA), released last Tuesday (20), despite the public and private investments that have been made worldwide, the goal of zeroing net emissions of CO2 (carbon dioxide) by 2050, is far from being achieved.

Last year, the IEA had released the sustainable recovery plan with guidelines for clean energy spending, but some factors hinder the achievement of the target, such as the economic factor of emerging countries, which makes it difficult to make large investments in the project.

Another important factor is the capitalization of Eletrobras, which provides for the hiring of 8 GW of gas thermal plants, much of it in regions without access to the resource – which according to the Institute of Energy and Environment, can increase co2 emissions from the electricity sector by 25%, thus moving in the opposite direction to the recovery plan.

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