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decarbonize

[dē′kär·bə‚nīz]
(chemistry)
To remove carbon by chemical means.
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On the final day of the G7 summit held June 7-8 in a Bavarian castle, in Germany, German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced that G7 nations leaders have committed themselves to the need to decarbonise the global economy in the course of this century and agreed on a global target for limiting the rise in average global temperatures to a maximum of 2 degree Celsius over pre-industrial levels.
But for anyone with concerns about climate change, there are worries associated with lower fossil fuel-derived energy prices, particularly around efforts to decarbonise the sector.
The JV is the first phase of an industrial-scale CCUS network planned as part of Abu Dhabi's commitment to decarbonise its economy and create a low-carbon power generation industry.
Earlier, opposition leader Ed Miliband added his voice to calls from business leaders and campaigners for the Energy Bill to set a goal to decarbonise power supplies by 2030 to give investors certainty to back renewables, carbon capture and storage technology, and nuclear reactors in the UK, rather than taking their money elsewhere.
The groups are calling on the Government to decarbonise electricity by 2030 and keep aviation and shipping in the Climate Act.
In an open letter to the Chancellor on the day he addresses the Conservative Party conference, they demand a target in legislation to decarbonise the power sector to unleash a needed PS110bn investment in electricity supplies.
Speaking to an energy conference in London's Lancaster House, Mr Clegg will say that ministers are "unreservedly committed" to helping the low-carbon sector thrive, insisting that "no-one in Government" wants to depart from the programme to decarbonise Britain's economy as part of the fight against climate change.
The aviation industry is a pioneer in its commitment to decarbonise and has been working on several initiatives in recent years," he said.
We need to both decarbonise our society and help the developing world progress in new, sustainable, ways.
European and world bodies endeavour to decarbonise the world's energy demands, so the UK have been advised we are falling well short of our signed obligations.
ISLAMABAD -- Federal Minister for Climate Change, Mushahidullah Khan, has hailed leading G7 industrial nations for announcing to phase out the use of fossil fuels by decarbonise the global economy in the course of this century.