Report: Retire all existing and planned fossil fuel plants to limit warming to 1.5C

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All fossil fuel power plants must close or have their emissions abated as soon as possible, the research argues
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All fossil fuel power plants must close or have their emissions abated as soon as possible, the research argues

A new scientific study lays out what must happen immediately for any hope of limiting global warming to 1.5C

It will be very difficult to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by enough to halt global heating at 1.5C - the threshold at which catastrophic climate change becomes more likely - according to a new paper published...

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