Ministers from around the world gather to address the world’s energy and climate challenges
07/13/2020 Since 6 months
On July 9, 40 Ministers took part in the International Energy Agency’s first Clean Energy Transitions Summit, discussing how to bring about a sustainable and resilient recovery from the Covid-19 crisis and achieve a definitive peak in global carbon emissions.
The Summit, which was streamed live to a global audience, brought together Ministers from countries accounting for over 80% of the world economy. Participants highlighted the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on their energy systems, underscoring the importance of finding ways to support clean energy transitions despite the current challenges.
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