the World's emissions of greenhouse gases is still growing about one and a half percent per year. And there is too far between their promises and their action on climate change.
the Earth's total CO2-emissions need to drop over seven percent every year until 2030 if we are to stabilize warming at 1.5 degrees celsius, as agreed in Paris in 2015.
This means that the ambition of the world's countries at least will quintuple from the present climate.
Aims "only" at a temperature rise of two degrees, the effort must at least tripled.
It appears by this year's UN report on the "CO2 gap" (Emissions Gap Report 2019) - on the gap between agreed goals and countries ' real effort.
- Up to 2030, there must be a good CO2 reduction. It is some very scary big numbers, " says John Christensen, director, Unep DTU Partnership, Copenhagen.
John Christensen and DTU's experts to coordinate the "Gap report" by Unep, the UN environment Programme. The presented Tuesday in Geneva.
We currently have exchange rate against a planet, there are around 3.2 degrees warmer - complete with a comprehensive climatic disasters.
The objective of limiting CO2 emissions 70 percent by 2030 fits well Casinoslot with what a country such as ours must deliver for the common goal, if you go for 1.5 degrees. It is not impossible, says John Christensen.
the Goal requires, however, that we use more electricity for transport and to adapt the system to more renewable energy.
The new report focuses on efforts in the G20, the world's 20 largest economies. The G20 stands for 75 percent of all CO2 emissions.
- However, seven of the G20 countries have not yet implemented policies to achieve their current klimaløfter - i.e. not enough to achieve the objectives in the treaty of paris, sounds the.
Climate - and energy minister Dan Jørgensen (S) to call in an email to Ritzau, the report is very worrying.
He hopes that the political parties "will have the science in the back of the head" in slutforhandlingerne on a new klimalov.
- Denmark back as a global green superpower, and we are already well underway both at home, in the EU and globally, he says.
/ritzau/Date Of Update: 26 November 2019, 16:00