GHG emissions flatline in 30 of world's most influential cities
Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions have peaked in a total of 30 major cities across the world, one year ahead of the 2020 deadline set by scientists to limit global warming to 1.5ÀöC.The C40 network for cities, which published the findings yesterday, hailed the achievement as evidence that “a rapid, equitable low-carbon transition is possible“. Austin, Athens, Lisbon and Venice a
Continue reading this with an IEMA membership
Already a Member?
Join now & unlock access to
- News, analysis & innovation from our sector
- IEMA webinars, podcasts and publications
- Training and career opportunities
- Unprecedented industry networking
Start your IEMA journey today!
Limiting global warming to 2°C above pre-industrial levels is now possible if all nations honour the climate pledges made at the Glasgow COP26 conference last year, a new study has found.
Dr Barbara Buchner, global managing director of Climate Policy Initiative, tells Chris Seekings about the urgent need to raise climate finance for developing nations, and how far we are from the US$100bn goal