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Some good news and bad news from Climate Action Tracker(CAT)

Climate News Network 15th Nov 2017, By approaching 2100, a world set for 3.4˚C will, on present trends,
probably be the reality confronting our descendants – slightly less warm
than looked likely a year ago, analysts think. That’s the good news, you
could say.

But the bad news is twofold. First, this improvement in
planetary prospects will still leave the global temperature increase more
than twice as high as the internationally agreed target of 1.5˚C. And
secondly, it depends largely on the efforts of just two countries – China
and India. They have made significant progress in tackling climate change
in the last twelve months.

In contrast, a report by the analysts, from the
Climate Action Tracker(CAT), says that not only US climate policy has been
rolled back under President Trump. Most individual governments’ climate
commitments are going in the wrong direction.


November 17, 2017 - Posted by | 2 WORLD, climate change

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