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The OECD judges "insufficient" efforts towards energy transition

The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) considered the efforts made by governments to promote the Fossil energy to renewables.

Paris, June 20 (EFE) .- The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) considered "insufficient" efforts by governments to promote Energy transition from fossil to renewable energy.

In a report on green energy growth, the Paris-based body judged that "progress" In this area have been "insufficient to preserve" natural resources or to "relieve" the pressure on water treatment or climate regulation.

Challenges, cited the implementation of "explicit rates" for greenhouse gas emissions, establishing a limit for greenhouse gas emissions and the use of taxes to restrain greenhouse gas emissions. "Several examples illustrate that progress towards the growth of green energy is compatible with the maintenance of economic prosperity and Can promote people's well-being, "the report said.

From 46 countries analyzed, the club highlighted Luxembourg, Iceland, Denmark, Norway and the Netherlands as the ones "Best overall results" on all aspects of green energy, including environmental technology, carbon dioxide Incentives for energy transition, among others.

"Several countries are at the forefront of the transition to green energy, but no country leads the way. Indeed, countries often improve on one aspect of green energy while stalling on others, "the report said.

Among non-OECD economies, Colombia and Costa Rica

The body, which brings together several of the world's largest economies, places Denmark, Estonia, the United Kingdom, Italy and Slovakia as the countries that have made the most progress in the clean energy chapter since 2000.

The OECD welcomed that "major economies have become more Efficient use of natural resources "and optimized energy and materials.

However, he warned," the environmental pressure remains high and, if we include the Emissions from international trade, the improvement in environmental productivity is less impressive. "

The agency warned of the low disincentive in carbon emissions In the 35 countries of the OECD and in the BRIICS bloc (Brazil, Russia, India, Indonesia, China and South Africa).

"Most issues are not priced or priced EUR 30 per tonne of CO2.

The club welcomed the overexploitation of natural resources as an example of what happened in Russia.

"About 23% of its Generation since 1994 has been due to the extraction of subsurface resources.

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