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The Financial Times reports that a plan by Royal Dutch shell to shift to cleaner fuels has been “overwhelmingly” backed by its shareholders – as a report from the International Energy Agency said that all new oil, gas and coal projects would need to stop for the world to hit net zero by 2050. The paper quotes one climate think-tank analyst who says the “huge turnaround” by the usually “very pro-fossil” organisation was a surprise – and “truly a knife in the fossil fuel industry”.