New climate plans fall far short of limiting global warming to 1.5°C

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15 September 2021 By Adam Vaughan An aerial view of a petrochemical plant in ChinaWenjie Dong/Getty Images Countries have failed to come forward with enough bold new plans to cut carbon dioxide emissions under the Paris Agreement, according to a new analysis, meaning emissions in nine years’ time are expected to be roughly double the…

New climate plans fall far short of limiting global warming to 1.5°C
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15 September 2021

By Adam Vaughan

Aerial View of Chinese Petrochemical Plant

An aerial view of a petrochemical plant in China

Wenjie Dong/Getty Images

Countries have failed to come forward with enough bold new plans to cut carbon dioxide emissions under the Paris Agreement, according to a new analysis, meaning emissions in nine years’ time are expected to be roughly double the level needed to meet the treaty’s goal of holding global temperature rises to 1.5°C.

Despite extreme weather in the northern hemisphere, a landmark climate science report and exhortations by UN leaders in recent months, greater ambition on emissions hasn’t materialised in …

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