A new study projects the US will land nowhere near its goal of significantly reducing carbon emissions by the year 2025, as planned during the Paris climate talks. In fact, the most generous estimates put the US’ efforts at about one sixth of the pledged reduction rates. With less than a decade to go, a far more aggressive trade up of of fossil fuels for renewable energy is needed.
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazil could increase its carbon emissions by up to 21 percent from 2014 to 2030 and still meet its pledge under the 2015 Paris climate agreement to fight global warming, according to a study released on Tuesda...
G20 member states need to reduce their carbon emissions sixfold by 2030 in order to reach the climate change goals outlined in the Paris climate agreement, a report by Climate Transparency revealed Thursday.
Duke researchers estimated that implanting energy and transportation policies that would reduce carbon emissions to the goals set in Paris could prevent 295,000 premature deaths and have an economic benefit of $250 billion
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's carbon emission targets could be at risk if the Hinkley C nuclear power project is canceled or delayed beyond its planned 2025 start date, the country's energy and climate minister said on Tuesday.