Carbon cuts must triple to limit warming to 2°C, warns UN

Failing to keep climate change to within 1.5°C “can no longer be avoided” if the world does not scale up carbon cuts by 2030, according to UN Environment.

Extreme weather and climate change, storm
Unwillingness to take more concerted action to cut emissions will mean the worst consequences of climate change, such as extreme weather, will be more common

Failing to keep climate change to within 1.5°C “can no longer be avoided” if the world does not scale up carbon cuts by 2030, according to UN Environment.

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