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UN warns global carbon emission must be cut 42% by 2030 to meet Paris Agreement targets


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Published November 21,2023


The UN Environment Program (UNEP) warned on Monday that world carbon emissions should be lower by 42% by the tip of the last decade to fulfill the Paris Agreement‘s benchmark of conserving local weather change under 1.5C.

In its annual emission gasoline report, the report mentioned, “Predicted 2030 greenhouse gas emissions must fall by 28 per cent for the Paris Agreement 2°C pathway and 42 per cent for the 1.5°C pathway.”

According to the report, totally implementing unconditional Nationally Determined Contributions made beneath the Paris Agreement would put the world on monitor for limiting temperature rise to 2.9C above pre-industrial ranges this century.

Calling on nations to speed up economy-wide, low-carbon improvement transformations, the report added: “Countries with greater capacity and responsibility for emissions will need to take more ambitious action and support developing nations as they pursue low-emissions development growth.”

“There is no person or economy left on the planet untouched by climate change, so we need to stop setting unwanted records on greenhouse gas emissions, global temperature highs, and extreme weather,” mentioned Inger Andersen, government director of the UNEP.

Source: www.anews.com.tr

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