The net-zero 2050 problem

We're not going far enough

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Günther Thallinger
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Günther Thallinger

There is a growing inescapability for private sector actors and governments to address climate change efficiently and enable a real-economy transition towards a world on a 1.5ºC pathway.

The trend towards net-zero commitments has grown impressively in recent years, arguably well beyond what many could have imagined when the Paris Agreement was signed six years ago. Today, close to...

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