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COP27 roundup: how the world can stick to its carbon budget fairly

By Jack Marley, Environment + Energy Editor, UK edition
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How much CO₂ can humanity emit before we push global temperatures 1.5°C above the pre-industrial average? That was the limit agreed in 2015 which scientists say offers us a reasonable chance of averting climate breakdown. The answer, according to a new assessment of the remaining carbon budget, is 380 billion tonnes, or less than a decade of emissions at their present rate.

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