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IEA charts COVID-19 decline in global energy demand and emissions

Overall energy demand will fall 6% in 2020, while demand for electricity is set to decline by 5%, according to a report by the International Energy Agency assessing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the global energy system. Global carbon dioxide emissions are expected to decline by almost 8% compared with 2019.

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Bron: World Nuclear News1 juni 2020
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Malian farmers adapt to climate change using nuclear techniques
Bron: IAEA29 mei 2020
Small-holder farmers harvesting tomatoes in the Sahel region of Segou in central Mali. (Photo: Daba Coulibaly)

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Small-holder farmers harvesting tomatoes in the Sahel region of Segou in central Mali. (Photo: Daba Coulibaly)
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