Presents three model pathways, hitting 62% renewable energy in 2050, 100% renewable energy in 2050, and 200% renewable energy in 2040.
Outlines the possible routes to fully decarbonize cement, steel, plastics, trucking, shipping and aviation.
Reviews what it would take to achieve energy system decarbonization, including parts of the energy system that are particularly difficult to decarbonize.
Presents a number of key outcomes of the LIMITS project, which was born out of the UNFCCC Durban COP in order to formulate international climate policies in the context of the 2°C target.
Looks at what it would take to decarbonize the world economy by 2100 in a way that is compatible with countries’ broader development goals.
Research and analysis for this report has identified C40 cities’ share of the remaining global carbon budgets to 2100, for 1.5 and 2 degree temperature rise scenarios. The work outlines city-specific action pathways.
Examines the challenge of moving to an energy system with net-zero CO2 emissions and gradually eliminate emissions from deforestation by midway through the second half of the century.
Includes a section, “Pursuing a 2C Pathway,” which utilizes third-party, peer-reviewed work coordinated by the Energy Modeling Forum at Stanford University.
Surveys the necessity of peaking global emissions by 2020 in order to meet Paris Accord targets, and sets out six sectoral milestones as part of that goal.
Assesses the status of 45 critical energy technologies and sectors and provides recommendations on how they can get 'on track' with the IEA’s Sustainable Development Scenario.