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Global Energy and Climate Outlook 2018: Greenhouse gas emissions and energy balances



This document complements the Global Energy and Climate Outlook 2018 report. It provides the detailed GHG and energy balances for the Reference, the central 2°C and 1.5°C scenarios described in the main report. The results displayed in this report have been produced with the global energy & GHG model POLES-JRC.

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  • TCHUNG-MING Stephane & DIAZ VAZQUEZ Ana R. & KERAMIDAS Kimon, 2018. "Global Energy and Climate Outlook 2018: Greenhouse gas emissions and energy balances," JRC Working Papers JRC114840, Joint Research Centre (Seville site).
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    Energy Balance; GHG emissions Balance; Paris Agreement; energy sector; Mid-century strategy; Long-Term Strategy; 2°C; 1.5°C; UNFCCC; climate change mitigation;
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