Climate Negotiators Risk ‘Catastrophic Consequences’ Despite 1.5°C Target Within Reach

Countries are on the verge of failing to avert “catastrophic consequences” at this year’s United Nations climate conference, beginning in just six weeks in Glasgow, even though G20 countries on their own can get average global warming down to 1.7°C if they decide to take action, according to a flurry of reports issued late last week.

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