Greenhouse gas emissions linked to energy production and consumption are expected to rebound to the point of approaching their pre-Covid-2021 peak in 19, due to the recovery in global demand for all fuels fossils and in particular the resurgence of coal, estimates the International Energy Agency (IEA).
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