Historic agreement at COP28: renewable energy capacity to triple by 2030

Despite the remaining challenges, the call to move away from fossil fuels represents a significant step towards a cleaner and more resilient future.

The recent United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP28, has concluded with significant resolutions related to the renewable energy sector. These agreements represent a milestone in the global transition towards cleaner and more sustainable energy sources. Here are the highlights of these resolutions:

  • More than 100 countries have agreed to triple the capacity of renewable energy by 2030, which is a significant step in reducing global carbon emissions..
  • The agreement also calls on countries to contribute to global efforts to reduce carbon pollution, with the aim of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels.

These resolutions come at a time when the world is facing an increasing urgency to address the climate crisis. Despite some countries, such as the United Kingdom, showing a retreat in their leadership in the fight against climate change,the agreement reached at COP28 represents a significant step towards a more sustainable and resilient future.

Despite these advancements, there are still pending challenges on the path to carbon neutrality by 2050. It is essential for us to prepare to address the opportunities and obstacles that will arise in this process. Only by staying at the forefront of innovation and sustainability can we contribute to the successful achievement of these ambitious objectives.