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The Warsaw Communiqué

World Coal Association, August 2013


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Resource IDwca2013
Resource titleThe Warsaw Communiqué
Author/sourceWorld Coal Association
Date publishedAugust 2013
Summary text/ abstractIn the context where global average carbon intensity of energy production has not changed over the past two decades and there is a growing sense of policy fatigue, we would like to make a bold proposal to deploy high-efficiency low-emissions coal combustion technologies wherever it is economic and technically feasible as an immediate step to lower greenhouse gas emissions. If new coal-fired generating capacity added between 2000 and 2011 had used advanced coal technologies, cumulative emissions of CO2 over that period would have been reduced by almost two Gigatonnes.
Library categoriesClimate Change, Economics, Energy, Extreme Energy, Politics
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