Renewable energy must double to address climate change

The world will need to commit to 48% of electricity sources coming from renewable energy by 2035 to meet international climate change targets.

The International Energy Agency’s 2013 World Energy Outlook report shows that renewable electricity sources will be required to double to meet current policies aiming to cap emissions at 450 parts per million.

Most of the increases are expected to come from wind and solar energy.

Read more at The International Energy Agency