Analysts: Global climate change deal unlikely to prevent dangerous climate change

Jessica Shankleman
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New analysis by Thomson Reuters Point Carbon suggests the world will blow its carbon budget by 2048, even if China and USA match the EU's 2030 pledges

Even if countries deliver a global deal to slash carbon emissions next year, the world is still likely to exceed the two-degree "tipping point" by 2100 that experts fear could lead to catastrophic climate...

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