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  • Monday, December 2, 2019

    U.N. Forecasts 3.2°C Long Term Rise

    Cut global emissions by 7.6 percent every year for next decade to meet 1.5°C Paris target - UN report

    November 26, 2019 (United Nations Environment Program)

    “…Unless global greenhouse gas emissions fall by 7.6 per cent each year between 2020 and 2030, the world will miss the opportunity to get on track towards the 1.5°C temperature goal of the Paris Agreement…[Under] all current unconditional commitments under the Paris Agreement are implemented, temperatures are expected to rise by 3.2°C [by 2100], bringing even wider-ranging and more destructive climate impacts…[According to the United Nations Environment Program’s annual Emissions Gap Report, collective] ambition must increase more than fivefold over current levels to deliver the cuts needed over the next decade for the 1.5°C goal…

    The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has warned that going beyond 1.5°C will increase the frequency and intensity of climate impacts…G20 nations collectively account for 78 per cent of all emissions, but only five G20 members have committed to a long-term zero emissions target…[All nations must substantially increase ambition] in 2020 and follow up with policies and strategies to implement them…The report finds that greenhouse gas emissions have risen 1.5 per cent per year over the last decade…[Cuts in emissions of 7.6 per cent per year from 2020 to 2030 are needed] to meet the 1.5°C goal and 2.7 per cent per year for the 2°C goal…” click here for more


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