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IEA: global temperatures could rise by 2.4 °C under current policy settings

A stark reminder of why we do what we do. We're at such a critical point in the challenge to avoid catastrophic climate change and this International Energy Agency report gives clear guidance on how we get on track to a 1.5 °C limit. In short, we need to significantly scale our roll out of renewables, energy efficiency measures and large-scale financing measures whilst ensuring an orderly decline in fossil fuels. 

This is no mean task but this is what drives me personally, us as a business and what drives our clients. We have a collective mission and we need to utilise this when it comes to attracting new talent into the cleantech industry. If you're looking for a mission driven industry and a career with purpose then you can't really beat cleantech. Having studied climate change during my Geography degree, I knew I wanted to dedicate my career to help tackling the problem. 13 years later it's still my main motivation. 

Because of our shared mission, we're even more invested in hiring the very best talent for our clients, to help them the succeed and scale and positively impact the clean energy and mobility transitions.

If you're a cleantech company looking to maximise your impact, please get in touch to discuss how we can help.

To ensure we remain on a pathway towards limiting global warming to 1.5 °C, the WEO proposed a global strategy consisting of five key pillars: Triple global renewable capacity Double the rate of energy efficiency improvements Cut methane emissions from fossil fuel operations by 75% Large-scale financing mechanisms to triple clean energy investments in emerging economies Develop measures to ensure an orderly decline in the use of fossil fuels, including an end to new approvals of unabated coal-fired power plants


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