COVID-19 causes largest fall in emissions since WWII
A significant drop in energy consumption due to COVID-19 has led to the largest reduction of greenhouse gas emissions since World War II, according to consultancy firm Capgemini.In a new report, Capgemini said that it expects global energy sector emissions to fall by 7-8% this year as a result of mobility restrictions and industrial slowdowns. This is up sharply from the 0.4
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