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Nuclear Energy and Climate Change Webinar Series

In 2015, the international community pledged to limit global warming to less than 2° Celsius by the end of the century, and if possible, to limit it to 1.5°C. This requires a very ambitious decarbonization effort, in particular in the energy sector which is the main source of emissions today. To be consistent with the Paris Agreement, the energy sector needs to become carbon neutral by the middle of the century. Hence, the objective in terms of emissions is to reach net zero emissions by 2050.

This webinar series aims to highlight nuclear energy’s contributions to these ambitious decarbonization objectives, as well as its role in the transition towards sustainable and resilient low-carbon energy systems. The webinars feature IAEA and Member State expert speakers who present a diversity of experience in and perspectives on building a low carbon future.

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