- World is still heading for temperature rise of 2.9 to 3.4℃ this century, even with Paris pledges
-2030 emissions will be 12 to 14 gigatonnes above levels needed to limit global warming to 2℃
- Opportunities include enhanced pre-2020 action building on Cancun pledges, cost-effective energy efficiency and stimulating action by 1.5 degrees2 degrees20202030Børge Brendeemissions cutsEmissions Gap reportErik SolheimG20hydrofluorocarbonskigali amendmentmarrakeshunep Read More
Reducing emissions of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) under the Kigali Amendment can prevent up to 0.5°C of global warming, while continuing to protect the ozone layer.
President of the 28th Meeting of the Parties to Montreal Protocol in Kigali, Vincent Biruta of Rwanda, brings thee gavel down marking the adoption of the Kigali 2 degreesErik Solheimhydrofluorocarbonskigali amendmentmontreal protocolozoneParis Climate AgreementPaul KagameVincent Biruta Read More