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Climate crisis: keeping hope of 1.5°C limit alive is vital to spurring global action

By Richard Black, Honorary Research Fellow, Grantham Institute, Imperial College London
Catherine Happer, Lecturer in Sociology, University of Glasgow
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Ever since governments at the 2015 Paris climate summit set 1.5°C as the desired limit for global warming, scientists and journalists alike have regularly asked whether it is achievable. The question arose again recently when the UN published a report of national emission-cutting…

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