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World Energy Supply 1971 - 2030

World ENERGY SUPPLY

1971-2030



OUR PAST



Burning fossil fuels such as coal, gas and oil have dramatically increased the amount of carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere and temperatures are rising. As the worlds need for energy will grow, the dependency on non-renewable energy sources must decline.



OUR FUTURE



Clean energy (any source of energy that causes little or no harm to the environment) needs to be the main source of energy in the future. If policies that are currently under consideration take effect, we can being to increase the supply of clean energy by 2030.



SOURCES

COAL/PEAT OIL GAS NUCLEAR HYDRO OTHER*



14 000

12 000

10 000

8 000

6 000

4 000

2 000



1975 1979 1983 1987 1991 1995 1999 2003 2008 2030 World ENERGY SUPPLY OUR PAST OUR FUTURE Burning fossil fuels such as coal, gas and oil have dramatically increased the amount of carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere and temperatures are rising. 1 As the worlds need for energy will grow, the dependency on non-renewable energy sources must decline. Clean energy (any source of energy that causes little or no harm to the environment) ? needs to be the main source of energy in the future. If policies that are currently under consideration 3 take effect, we can begin to increase the supply of clean energy by 2030. 1971 - 2030 14 000 12 000 COAL/PEAT OIL GAS NUCLEAR HYDRO OTHER* 10 000 8 000 6 000 4 000 2 000 1975 1979 1983 1987 1991 1995 1999 2003 2008 2030 Crealed by Linda Nakanishi 1 Global Warming (www.climatecrisis.net) 3 Policies under consideration Based on a plausible post-2012 climate-policy framework to stabilise the concentration of global greenhouse gases at 450 ppm CO2-equivalent (2010 IEA Key World Energy Statstics pg. 48) RESOURCES 4 World Energy Supply Data (www.worldenergyoutlook.org) for GOOD 2 Clean Energy (www.cleanenergy.gc.ca) * Other Includes combustible renewables and waste, geothermal, solar, wind, tide, etc. By fuel (Mtoe)4 SOURCES World ENERGY SUPPLY OUR PAST OUR FUTURE Burning fossil fuels such as coal, gas and oil have dramatically increased the amount of carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere and temperatures are rising. 1 As the worlds need for energy will grow, the dependency on non-renewable energy sources must decline. Clean energy (any source of energy that causes little or no harm to the environment) ? needs to be the main source of energy in the future. If policies that are currently under consideration 3 take effect, we can begin to increase the supply of clean energy by 2030. 1971 - 2030 14 000 12 000 COAL/PEAT OIL GAS NUCLEAR HYDRO OTHER* 10 000 8 000 6 000 4 000 2 000 1975 1979 1983 1987 1991 1995 1999 2003 2008 2030 Crealed by Linda Nakanishi 1 Global Warming (www.climatecrisis.net) 3 Policies under consideration Based on a plausible post-2012 climate-policy framework to stabilise the concentration of global greenhouse gases at 450 ppm CO2-equivalent (2010 IEA Key World Energy Statstics pg. 48) RESOURCES 4 World Energy Supply Data (www.worldenergyoutlook.org) for GOOD 2 Clean Energy (www.cleanenergy.gc.ca) * Other Includes combustible renewables and waste, geothermal, solar, wind, tide, etc. By fuel (Mtoe)4 SOURCES World ENERGY SUPPLY OUR PAST OUR FUTURE Burning fossil fuels such as coal, gas and oil have dramatically increased the amount of carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere and temperatures are rising. 1 As the worlds need for energy will grow, the dependency on non-renewable energy sources must decline. Clean energy (any source of energy that causes little or no harm to the environment) ? needs to be the main source of energy in the future. If policies that are currently under consideration 3 take effect, we can begin to increase the supply of clean energy by 2030. 1971 - 2030 14 000 12 000 COAL/PEAT OIL GAS NUCLEAR HYDRO OTHER* 10 000 8 000 6 000 4 000 2 000 1975 1979 1983 1987 1991 1995 1999 2003 2008 2030 Crealed by Linda Nakanishi 1 Global Warming (www.climatecrisis.net) 3 Policies under consideration Based on a plausible post-2012 climate-policy framework to stabilise the concentration of global greenhouse gases at 450 ppm CO2-equivalent (2010 IEA Key World Energy Statstics pg. 48) RESOURCES 4 World Energy Supply Data (www.worldenergyoutlook.org) for GOOD 2 Clean Energy (www.cleanenergy.gc.ca) * Other Includes combustible renewables and waste, geothermal, solar, wind, tide, etc. By fuel (Mtoe)4 SOURCES World ENERGY SUPPLY OUR PAST OUR FUTURE Burning fossil fuels such as coal, gas and oil have dramatically increased the amount of carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere and temperatures are rising. 1 As the worlds need for energy will grow, the dependency on non-renewable energy sources must decline. Clean energy (any source of energy that causes little or no harm to the environment) ? needs to be the main source of energy in the future. If policies that are currently under consideration 3 take effect, we can begin to increase the supply of clean energy by 2030. 1971 - 2030 14 000 12 000 COAL/PEAT OIL GAS NUCLEAR HYDRO OTHER* 10 000 8 000 6 000 4 000 2 000 1975 1979 1983 1987 1991 1995 1999 2003 2008 2030 Crealed by Linda Nakanishi 1 Global Warming (www.climatecrisis.net) 3 Policies under consideration Based on a plausible post-2012 climate-policy framework to stabilise the concentration of global greenhouse gases at 450 ppm CO2-equivalent (2010 IEA Key World Energy Statstics pg. 48) RESOURCES 4 World Energy Supply Data (www.worldenergyoutlook.org) for GOOD 2 Clean Energy (www.cleanenergy.gc.ca) * Other Includes combustible renewables and waste, geothermal, solar, wind, tide, etc. By fuel (Mtoe)4 SOURCES World ENERGY SUPPLY OUR PAST OUR FUTURE Burning fossil fuels such as coal, gas and oil have dramatically increased the amount of carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere and temperatures are rising. 1 As the worlds need for energy will grow, the dependency on non-renewable energy sources must decline. Clean energy (any source of energy that causes little or no harm to the environment) ? needs to be the main source of energy in the future. If policies that are currently under consideration 3 take effect, we can begin to increase the supply of clean energy by 2030. 1971 - 2030 14 000 12 000 COAL/PEAT OIL GAS NUCLEAR HYDRO OTHER* 10 000 8 000 6 000 4 000 2 000 1975 1979 1983 1987 1991 1995 1999 2003 2008 2030 Crealed by Linda Nakanishi 1 Global Warming (www.climatecrisis.net) 3 Policies under consideration Based on a plausible post-2012 climate-policy framework to stabilise the concentration of global greenhouse gases at 450 ppm CO2-equivalent (2010 IEA Key World Energy Statstics pg. 48) RESOURCES 4 World Energy Supply Data (www.worldenergyoutlook.org) for GOOD 2 Clean Energy (www.cleanenergy.gc.ca) * Other Includes combustible renewables and waste, geothermal, solar, wind, tide, etc. By fuel (Mtoe)4 SOURCES World ENERGY SUPPLY OUR PAST OUR FUTURE Burning fossil fuels such as coal, gas and oil have dramatically increased the amount of carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere and temperatures are rising. 1 As the worlds need for energy will grow, the dependency on non-renewable energy sources must decline. Clean energy (any source of energy that causes little or no harm to the environment) ? needs to be the main source of energy in the future. If policies that are currently under consideration 3 take effect, we can begin to increase the supply of clean energy by 2030. 1971 - 2030 14 000 12 000 COAL/PEAT OIL GAS NUCLEAR HYDRO OTHER* 10 000 8 000 6 000 4 000 2 000 1975 1979 1983 1987 1991 1995 1999 2003 2008 2030 Crealed by Linda Nakanishi 1 Global Warming (www.climatecrisis.net) 3 Policies under consideration Based on a plausible post-2012 climate-policy framework to stabilise the concentration of global greenhouse gases at 450 ppm CO2-equivalent (2010 IEA Key World Energy Statstics pg. 48) RESOURCES 4 World Energy Supply Data (www.worldenergyoutlook.org) for GOOD 2 Clean Energy (www.cleanenergy.gc.ca) * Other Includes combustible renewables and waste, geothermal, solar, wind, tide, etc. By fuel (Mtoe)4 SOURCES

World Energy Supply 1971 - 2030

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Burning fossil fuels such as coal, gas, and oil used to be the go-to source for energy around the world. Now, as we deplete our non-renewable energy sources, we need to develop clean energy technology...

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