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UNEP alerts Government fossil fuel production plans at odds with 1.5°C climate warning target

The Production Gap Report finds that Governments plan to produce double the fossil fuels in 2030 than the 1.5°C climate warning limit allows. Despite 151 governments agreed to achieve net zero emissions in 2030, none have committed to reduce coal, oil, and gas production in line with this limit.

BLUMORPHO comment :

The 1.5°C agreed on as a tipping point we should not exceed in the Paris agreement is not a political target but a physical one and powering economies with clean and efficient energy is an emergency if we really want to be serious about risks mitigation, adaptation measures and regenerative economy.
Olivia Uguen, One health and ESG strategies expert
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UNEP alerts Government fossil fuel production plans at odds with 1.5°C climate warning target

The Production Gap Report finds that Governments plan to produce double the fossil fuels in 2030 than the 1.5°C climate warning limit allows. Despite 151 governments agreed to achieve net zero emissions in 2030, none have committed to reduce coal, oil, and gas production in line with this limit.

BLUMORPHO comment :

The 1.5°C agreed on as a tipping point we should not exceed in the Paris agreement is not a political target but a physical one and powering economies with clean and efficient energy is an emergency if we really want to be serious about risks mitigation, adaptation measures and regenerative economy.
Olivia Uguen, One health and ESG strategies expert
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UNEP alerts Government fossil fuel production plans at odds with 1.5°C climate warning target

The Production Gap Report finds that Governments plan to produce double the fossil fuels in 2030 than the 1.5°C climate warning limit allows. Despite 151 governments agreed to achieve net zero emissions in 2030, none have committed to reduce coal, oil, and gas production in line with this limit.

BLUMORPHO comment :

The 1.5°C agreed on as a tipping point we should not exceed in the Paris agreement is not a political target but a physical one and powering economies with clean and efficient energy is an emergency if we really want to be serious about risks mitigation, adaptation measures and regenerative economy.
Olivia Uguen, One health and ESG strategies expert
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