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작성자 : KBCSD
Coal is the most carbon-intensive major fossil fuel in use today and is deeply entrenched in the power system, but drastic reductions in its consumption are required to achieve net-zero emissions. Acc..
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Clean energy is growing rapidly, as annual deployment of a number of key technologies has surged ahead in recent years driven by policy support and continued cost declines. Their growth is starting to..
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In this paper, the Transforming Energy Demand initiative outlines actions for businesses and countries to enhance energy management, efficiency and carbon intensity reduction. It highlights commercial..
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Renewables 2023 is the IEA’s primary analysis on the sector, based on current policies and market developments. It forecasts the deployment of renewable energy technologies in electricity, transport a..
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Electricity is central to the functioning of modern societies and economies–and its importance is only growing as technologies that run on electricity, such as electric vehicles and heat pumps, ..
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Businesses are integral to society’s efforts to respond to climate change. This report takes stock of business action on climate change adaptation, in support of the first Global Stocktake under the P..
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This report identifies 10 high-priority risk management strategies for access to minerals essential for the ongoing energy transition. These minerals are key to many of the technologies that must be s..
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The UN's Global Biodiversity Framework (GBF) obliges its 196 state signatories to mobilize at least $200 billion in financing per year by 2030 and encourages countries to leverage “innovative schemes ..
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- WBCSD의 '네이처 포지티브 로드맵(Roadmaps to Nature Positive)'은 자연에 큰 영향을 미치는 네 가지 산업(농식품, 임산물, 건축환경, 에너지)뿐만 아니라 모든 비즈니스에 대한 행동지침을 제시합니다. - 75개의 글로벌 기업과 50개 이상의 파트너가 함께 개발한 자세한 “방법(how-to)” 가이드는 기업의 자연보호 활동 성숙..
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The world’s material circularity currently stands at 7.2% - having decreased from the 8.6% material circularity recorded for 2020 and the 9.1% for 2018. This downward trend must be reversed if we are ..


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