In Kazakhstan, coal generates more than 70% of electricity and heats more than 95% of households. Kazakhstan' plans to cut greenhouse gas emissions and phase out coal to become carbon neutral by 2060. However, the country will need to focus on a just transition and green jobs. Workers will need to be supported and reskilled to adjust to a green economy. The World Bank is supporting Kazakhstan on the path to green growth. Learn more in this video interview with Charles Cormier, World Bank Regional Director for Infrastructure.