1.5°C goal: drastic CO2 reductions not enough

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An efficient and fast oil, gas, and coal replacement by renewable electricity, hydrogen, and biofuels is neccessary, furthermore we need to remove 6 gigatons (Gt) of emissions per year between 2050 and 2100 to achieve the 1.5°C goal. T

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Pre-COP28 report: High-income countries must reach net zero way before 2050

According to DNV’s Pathway to Net Zero Emissions report, limiting global warming to 1.5°C remains a possibility - but is highly improbable. Drastic measures, and permanent cuts in emissions are necessary to reach net zero in 2050.

DNV’s Pathway to Net Zero Emissions report is a companion to the Energy Transition Outlook report and depicts DNV’s most feasible route to achieving net zero emissions by 2050 and limiting global warming to 1.5°C. As CO2 emissions are expected to reach record levels in 2023 and to peak at even higher levels next year, immediate and permanent fossil fuel cuts are necessary. Drastic CO2 reductions not enough  This... ... More: Official Press Release DNV

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