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Emissions goals imply 2.4°C global warming – Climate Action Tracker

Cop26 talks fail to gain enough momentum on strengthening inadequate 2030 targets, says climate analysis consortium

Efforts to bolster 2030 emission reduction targets put forward as part of the Cop26 climate talks still put the world on course for a temperature rise of 2.4°C by the end of the century, according to independent climate analysis consortium Climate Action Tracker (CAT). Countries have set 2030 emissions reduction goals as part of their contributions to the Paris Agreement. Many—including China and India—have also set net-zero emissions goals for later in the century.  But current 2030 targets are “totally inadequate” and inconsistent with most countries’ net-zero emissions goals, CAT says in analysis published at the mid-point of the talks. “[The] 2030 actions and targets are more often th



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