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Carbon Neutrality Unfeasible Without Global Collaboration

Carbon Neutrality Unfeasible Without Global Collaboration
Carbon Neutrality Unfeasible Without Global Collaboration

Achieving global decarbonization to stabilize the climate depends not only on technical and scientific collaboration of all beneficiaries but also their genuine political will and investment in infrastructure development projects.
Oil Minister Javad Owji made the statement at the 24th annual ministerial meeting of Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) held in Cairo, Egypt, on Tuesday, the Oil Ministry’s news portal reported.
“As long as the largest holders of hydrocarbon reserves, including Iran and Russia, are boycotted, realizing global carbon neutrality will not be more than wishful thinking, as natural gas plays the role of a bridge in the energy transition worldwide,” he said.
Natural gas is an effective bridging medium for the transition of energy from conventional to renewables, which explains why imposing sanctions on nations with the largest proven gas reserves will lead to irreparable consequences in the energy sector.

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