decarbonization


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de·car·bo·ni·za·tion

(dē-kar'bŏn-i-zā'shŭn),
Rarely used term denoting the process of arterialization of the blood by oxygenation and the removal of carbon dioxide in the lungs.
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Watson went on to add that the role of gas should not be a mystery for anyone, today it is driving decarbonization efforts as a substitute for fuels with higher greenhouse gas emissions.
The only G20 countries that have formally submitted a long-term decarbonization strategy that extends to 2050 to the United Nation's body responsible for climate change issues (UNFCCC) are Canada, France, Germany, Mexico, the U.K.
The report identified sectors that are the most difficult to decarbonize: "plastics, due to end-of-life emissions, cement, due to process emissions, and shipping because of the high cost of decarbonization and the fragmented structure of the industry."
As a minister and a climate activist, we both agree that government has an important role to play in achieving decarbonization. But the work of nonstate actors such as local businesses and communities will also be essential.
For decarbonization to happen by 2050, she said that coal power and other fossil fuels should be phased out completely and start shifting to renewable energy.
Policies to mitigate climate change seek to accelerate the rate of decarbonization of the global economy, a job made easier to the extent that the world is also decarbonizing due to normal processes of technological change.
"Egypt can lead the way of the clean energy transition in the Eastern Mediterranean and thus contribute to the Paris climate goals and the worldwide decarbonization effort.
Since Engie acquired Ecova in 2014, the two companies have helped customers architect a new energy future by navigating three broad market forces: digitization, decentralization and decarbonization. Engie Insight is accelerating momentum and awareness around this shared mission.
Mao deems that the future working landscape is centered around decentralization, digitalization, and decarbonization. Through sharing co-working spaces, profitable organizations can contribute to cutting the carbon footprint substantially while enjoying the benefits of community synergy and digital technology which improves operational efficiency.
The energy market has reached a turning point toward Utility 3.0, a concept in the energy sector aimed at forming an increasingly smarter society by advancing decarbonization, decentralization and digitalization.
In a report, however, the group said that "we cannot underscore strongly enough the critical nature of federal engagement to achieve the deep decarbonization goals the US must undertake after 2025."
"We are doing real stuff in California." In a report, however, the group said that "we cannot underscore strongly enough the critical nature of federal engagement to achieve the deep decarbonization goals the U.S.