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From coal to gas: How the shift can help stabilize climate change

Energy Daily Tuesday, 23 April 2019
From coal to gas: How the shift can help stabilize climate changeTokyo, Japan (SPX) Apr 23, 2019

Led by Katsumasa Tanaka, a senior climate risk researcher at the National Institute for Environmental Studies in Japan, the study examined global scenarios for transitioning from coal to gas using a novel approach that applied metrics developed for climate impact assessments to the coal-gas debate for the first time. Focusing on the world's leading power generators - China, Germany, India, and t
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