Governments set world on more than 3°C warming, still playing with numbers
Governments are still set to send global temperatures above 3°C by 2100, even though their agreed warming limit of 2°C is still technically possible, scientists said today. In this update we discuss the 2°C and 1.5°C limits, the future of the Kyoto Protocol and recent clarifications of Parties’ conditionality to move to their higher ambition pledges. In the second part we take a look at developments at the national level that are interesting for the international climate negotiations.
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