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Manuel Pulgar Vidal Sep 22
The brings 36 strong and feasible solutions to halve emissions by 2030 and put the world towards a carbon neutrality non later than 2050.
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ICLEI Sep 23
The 2020s has the potential to see the fastest economic transition in history. The new report from , , , and partners shows how we can scale up solutions to cut emissions:
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WWF Climate & Energy Oct 8
.: “We are at the beginning of the mother of all transformations to stabilise Earth’s temperature at 1.5°C. This is the future we all want.”
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WWF Climate & Energy Sep 19
"Greenhouse gas emissions could be halved in the next decade if a small number of current technologies and behavioural trends are ramped up and adopted more widely"
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Dr. Avit K. Bhowmik Mar 6
Look at this figure I published in the report. No BECCS, no CCS and no wetland sinks, yet we achieve negative emission by 2039! The real question is, if we want to do it or not?
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Global Covenant Sep 24
.: “We will move to a low-carbon world because nature will force us, or because policy will guide us. If we wait until nature forces us, the cost will be astronomical.”
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ICC WBO Feb 6
Massive emissions reductions are needed in the next decade to align with the 1.5°C ambition. It isn't easy, but it is achievable. 🔗
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Global Covenant Sep 24
How can we cut emissions in half by 2030? The new report highlights the solutions that can rapidly scale to tackle the .
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WWF Climate & Energy Jan 20
To meet the 1.5°C target ALL companies need to set sharp targets NOW and halve emissions in 10 years. But many can achieve this much faster. The Business Playbook launched at explains how:
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We Don’t Have Time Apr 21
Thanks for today! from , one of the co-organizers of summarizes the day.
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We Don’t Have Time Apr 22
"Exponential Roadmap is a tool for companies to be aligned with the 1.5 climate ambition", says from
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Ericsson Sep 29
How can the private and public sectors work together to halve emissions by 2030? The new report has solutions:
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Stefan Henningsson 29 Nov 18
Check out the updated site these hours before world meets for
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WWF Climate Business Jan 22
How can companies set targets and actions in line with 1.5°C, decrease emissions rapidly, and scale solutions exponentially? The new 1.5°C Business Playbook launched at explains:
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ICLEI Oceania Sep 24
Are you up to date on the latest reports post the UN Climate Action Summit? We've summarised them here
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We Don’t Have Time Apr 23
Food and agriculture: The focus today for Week. Stay tuned for and co-author amongst others. Live from 15:00 CEST / 9:00 am EST. Keynote at 16:45 / 10:45 am . .
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Potsdam Institute Jul 28
How can we stabilize our ? How do science based targets also make good sense for ? Earth scientist article on in , see
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WWF UK Sep 28
We need global solutions to fight the - that's why we’re helping find ways that we can live, eat, travel and shop differently!
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MISTRASAMS 11 Jan 19
: the is a guide for innovation! contributes to that guide
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ICC WBO Jan 20
Just launched 🚀 on how your business can achieve net-zero emission targets. Developed with our partners:
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