Scientists call for 'carbon law' to halve emissions every decade and foster innovation

Michael Holder
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International research team argue carbon roadmap and ambitious renewables rollout would see full decarbonisation by 2050

A group of international scientists have proposed a simple 'carbon law' that would rapidly cut global emissions in half every decade through to 2050, catalysing renewables and clean tech innovation so...

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