Governments’ Climate Pledges Not Enough to Meet Paris Agreement Targets, IEA Says

Por: The Wall Street Journal World October 13, 2021


The world’s governments are unlikely to prevent dangerous climate change even if the lofty pledges lawmakers and business have laid out in recent months are successfully implemented, the International Energy Agency said Wednesday. Whether lawmakers continue with policy measures already in place or follow through on their latest promises, rising temperatures will exceed the limit global leaders committed to of keeping overall global... + full article

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