Series 5 – Random Facts & Data Posts

There’s a high correlation between the size of the economic activity and energy consumption; at least, that was the postwar world’s dominating thesis.

Today, the only path for achieving the goals set out in the Paris Climate Agreement is reducing emissions by using fewer fossil fuels or increasing productivity in their use.

In the 1990s and the first two decades of the 21st century, developing countries have multiplied their oil and coal consumption and thus increased their greenhouse gas emissions.

In China, India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh live more than 40% of the planet’s total population. The question is how to promote economic growth and inclusion while incorporating new energy sources, knowing that fossil fuels are the most accessible, cheapest, and most efficient option.


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