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Take heart at what’s unfolded at COP26 in Glasgow – the world can still hold global heating to 1.5℃

By John Quiggin, Professor, School of Economics, The University of Queensland
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Heading into the final days of the Glasgow summit, the goal of limiting heating below 2℃ looks attainable, and 1.5℃ is still within reach. There is still room for hope.The Conversation

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