Novak: the climate change agenda requires planned and progressive steps not doing any harm to global energy security
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Plans to achieve carbon neutrality, reduce CO2 emissions and ensure sustainable development will remain relevant in the medium and long term, this is the opinion of Alexander Novak, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, expressed in his answer to the question asked by Sergey Brilev, the President of the Global Energy Association at the SPIEF session The 2022 Global Energy Balance Challenges.

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The climate change agenda would be urgent in the future, not today, when we can see imbalance of traditional markets,” A. Novak said.

However, it is necessary that we should move step-by-step towards reaching the goals coming from the climate change so that to avoid shocks in the energy markets.

As practice has shown, we must move smoothly to the already set goals to avoid any harm to energy security and not to burden the world economy, the economies of individual countries or regions,” Deputy Prime Minister said.

Russia’s climate goal is reaching carbon neutrality by 2060. There are 38 more years ahead. So, making any drastic steps proceeding from the current situation has hardly any sense,” the deputy prime minister added.

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