Have we hit “the end of the fossil fuel era”? Not even close.

The Paris climate deal is, potentially, an important first step toward addressing climate change. But some of the headlines have been wildly overstated, saying the treaty marks the “end of the fossil fuel era.”

That’s awfully premature. Oil, gas, and coal still make up about 86 percent of the world’s energy supply — a fraction that has barely budged since 1997. LINK

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