According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) of the United Nations, in order to prevent the plant from warming more than 1.5° C by 2050 and avoid some of the more devastating impacts of climate change, the world must reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions levels by that year. Some local governments, and companies have announced more ambitious goals, aiming to reach net zero by 2045, 2035, or 2030. Panelists will discuss the reasoning behind different timelines, potential and realistic pathways to reach these goals, the economic costs, and the technological and policy innovations that would be necessary to achieve them.
Targets for reaching net zero emissions: How do we get there?
Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions (CRES) Forum and Conservative Energy Network (CEN)
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