Climate Interactive, working in collaboration with MIT’s Sloan School of Management, released an analysis showing how the structure of the Paris agreement could lead to a scenario where temperatures remain at the deal’s goal. But that would require China, with its chimneys spewing smoke, and other nations to drastically increase promised cuts in emissions.
Climate Interactive, working in collaboration with MIT’s Sloan School of Management, released an analysis showing how the structure of the Paris agreement could lead to a scenario where temperatures remain at the deal’s goal. But that would require China, with its chimneys spewing smoke, and other nations to drastically increase promised cuts in emissions. Ng Han Guan The Associated Press
Climate Interactive, working in collaboration with MIT’s Sloan School of Management, released an analysis showing how the structure of the Paris agreement could lead to a scenario where temperatures remain at the deal’s goal. But that would require China, with its chimneys spewing smoke, and other nations to drastically increase promised cuts in emissions. Ng Han Guan The Associated Press

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