Zero Carbon Deadline The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s 2018 report predicts change at a 2º temperature increase globally. 1.7 billion more people
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s 2018 report predicts change at a 2º temperature increase globally.
1.7 billion more people experience severe heatwaves at least once every five years.
Seas rise—on average—another 10 centimetres.
Up to several hundred million more people become exposed to climate-related risks and poverty.
The coral reefs that support marine environments around the world could decline as much as 99 percent.
Global fishery catches could decline by another 1.5 million tonnes.
Human activities have already caused 1º of global warming which will keep rising no matter what we do. For limiting global warming to below 2°C CO2 emissions are projected to decline by about 25% by 2030 in most pathways (10–30% interquartile range) and reach net zero around 2070 (2065–2080 interquartile range).
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