Future of the Environment

What’s the path to deep decarbonization?

The Paris agreement should stipulate that every government will submit not only an INDC for 2030 but also a non-binding Deep Decarbonization Pathway to 2050.

Jeffrey D. Sachs

Director, The Earth Institute, Columbia University

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Deep decarbonization requires not natural gas and fuel-efficient vehicles, but zero-carbon electricity and electric vehicles charged on the zero-carbon electricity grid.

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