Based on a review by Pierre Papon Given the demographic and economic significance of towns and cities, can we expect to see them operate sustainable, ‘decarbonized’ energy systems? That is the question this IEA (International Energy Agency) report attempts to answer. A few figures will suffice to convey that the role of towns and cities is going to be crucial: two thirds of the world’s population should be urbanized by 2050 (the figure today is one half) and that ...
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