One of the problems with climate change is that the challenge is so enormous that it almost transcends human understanding. That also applies to the solution's cost.
In a new report form the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), the price of zero emissions by 2050 is set at USD 130 trillion. According to the organization, that's roughly a third more than the planned cost of the current 2050 scenario, almost half of which consists of investments in fossil energy.
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