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What Net Zero is and why it’s important to measure sustainability in the energy transition

Minimizing the impact of CO2 and other greenhouse gas emissions on the environment and using offsetting measures to achieve balance in the atmosphere: that's Net Zero, a key goal to be achieved by 2050. Here's how to do it, including the use of performance indices to measure progress: that's the commitment of the Global Alliance for Sustainable Energy, in its recent position paper on Net Zero/ Decarbonization and in the Net Zero Pledge.

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