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After net zero, we will need to go much further and clean up historic emissions

By Tim Kruger, James Martin Fellow, Oxford Martin School, Environmental Change Institute and Institute for Science Innovation and Society, University of Oxford
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As the G7 summit gets underway, all the group’s members are now firmly committed to achieving net zero by 2050. This is quite a turnaround from just two years ago when the UK became the first major economy to make such a pledge. At the time of writing 121 countries are signed up to the UNFCCC’s Climate Ambition Coalition and 35 of the 38 members of the OECD (to name…

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