In a progress report of how the world’s top 20 economies nations are doing along the road to meet the guidelines set by the Paris Agreement, it seems none of the G20 nations have their emission levels low enough to meet the 2030 targets.
Greenhouse gas emissions from India have increased, almost doubled, in the past 25 years, but are still below the G20 average, as per the climate change study. India’s emission target appears to be the most ambitious, and closest to the 1.5-degree Celsius limit, the report adds.
The G20 Brown to Green Report 2018 is an annual review — a stock-taking report — of the G20 nations’ commitment to climate action. It is largely a compilation of data to “assess the collective progress” towards the Paris Agreement’s agreed goals Read more
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