The report says the economic recovery from the epidemic may make it more difficult to achieve emission reduction targets



The global economic stagnation caused by the new crown epidemic, in another sense, is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions caused by human activities. This was also confirmed in last year’s data. But when economic activities began to recover from the epidemic, the rebound seemed even greater. According to Reuters, a report from the International Energy Agency (IEA) cited by the International Energy Agency (IEA) pointed out that the global zero-emission target in 2050 may be affected as a result, because they expect natural gas consumption in 2021 to increase by 3.6%, which exceeds The amount saved in 2020.

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