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Europe needs all energy sources for recovery, says Birol

The European Union cannot afford to reduce its energy diversity and will need stronger policies than those currently in place to help it meet its 2030 targets for greenhouse gas emissions, renewables and energy efficiency as well as its long-term climate goals, according to a new review of EU energy policy from the International Energy Agency.

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During 2019, the IAEA applied nuclear safeguards in 183 States worldwide, according to the Safeguards Statement for 2019 published this week.
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