Future of the Environment

Why 2018 must be a pivotal year for climate action

With extreme weather a daily reality, change is overdue. Image: Photo by Jason Blackeye on Unsplash

Emily Farnworth

Head of Climate Change, World Economic Forum

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UPDATE Projected emissions as of Nov. 1, 2017 Charts on the 2015 Paris Agreement that went into action on Nov. 4, 2016: Global temperature deviations, projected green house emissions and a list of the countries that have ratified the Paris Agreement embed code and instructions: http://reut.rs/2hgF22t
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