Global emissions far off track for 1.5C, even as US GHGs to plunge to 1983 levels this year -reports

Published 21:11 on November 19, 2020  /  Last updated at 00:28 on November 20, 2020  /  Americas, Canada, Climate Talks, International, US  /  No Comments

Countries are progressing on their GHG reduction targets too slowly to reach net zero emissions by mid-century, even as the COVID-19 pandemic may inadvertently put the US on track to meet its previous Paris Agreement goals, according to two reports published Thursday.

Countries are progressing on their GHG reduction targets too slowly to reach net zero emissions by mid-century, even as the COVID-19 pandemic may inadvertently put the US on track to meet its previous Paris Agreement goals, according to two reports published Thursday.

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