Emissions are expected to rise again as economies restart after Covid-19, but net zero may still be possible with help from the world's forests and soils, explains Beth Burks of S&P Global Ratings
As economies across the globe set out their recovery plans following the Covid-19 crisis, the falling greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions observed so far this year - the largest decline since the 2008 global...
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