Apr 13, 2016

UN envoys: World must prepare for 1.5C warming cap | SmartBrief

United Nations officials are calling on scientists and industry to prepare for lowering the cap on global warming from 2 degrees Celsius to 1.5 degrees C to prevent climate change. "Do we know today how we would get to 1.5C? No. It is a moonshot," says UN Chief Climate Diplomat Christiana Figueres. "It is a clarion call to everybody."

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