New UN figures show current targets for rich nations fall well short of those proposed by climate scientists
Rich nations, excluding the US, are already planning to cut greenhouse gas emissions by an average of between 15 and 21 per cent on 1990 levels by 2020, according to official figures released at the UN's...
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Influential body warns greening of the global energy transition has stagnated over last five years, as IEA report confirms coal use rose again last year