The world is not on track to limit global temperature increases to levels that the international community says will stave off the worst impacts of climate change, a global energy policy organization warned Tuesday.

The International Energy Agency’s annual World Energy Outlook report projects that energy-related carbon dioxide emissions will rise by 20 percent by 2035 despite efforts by many countries, including the United States, to impose measures to tackle climate change.

‘This leaves the world on a trajectory consistent with a long-term average temperature increase of 3.6 °C, far above the internationally agreed 2 °C target,

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