Actions to more rapidly decarbonise world set out in Dublin climate declaration

Document handed over to UK government in bid to increase ambitions for COP26 summit

The Dublin Climate Dialogues, a two-day global conference, has called for an immediate end to investment in fossil fuels in an attempt to help accelerate global actions to address the climate crisis.

The Dublin Climate Dialogues has called for an immediate end to investment in fossil fuels in an attempt to help accelerate global actions to address the climate crisis.

The Dublin Declaration also calls for a global commitment to phasing out coal power generation by 2025; a quadrupling of installed renewable energy every year over the coming decade and rapid electrification of the global economy.

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