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The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development says the world has yet to “turn the corner” on addressing climate change but there is room for optimism.
“It didn’t happen by accident, there was a lot of money spent by some countries,” Simon Upton, the OECD’s environmental director, said Friday at a news conference in Paris.
“But we really can see what a de-carbonized power generation sector would look like.”
In advance of the COP21 climate conference in Paris that begins Nov. 30, the OECD held a media briefing on the state of play in conjunction with the International Energy Agency, the Nuclear Energy...