Climate progress stalls
The rate of global decarbonisation has slowed to its lowest level since 2011 after four years of moderate progress, leaving the Paris Agreement's goals further out of reach.Analysis by PwC shows that carbon intensity of the global economy fell by 1.6% in 2018, less than half the 3.3% reduction seen in 2015, and well below the 7.5% cut needed every year until 2100. “Ther
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