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Coronavirus: Green recovery ‘could prevent 0.3C’ of warming by 2050

A “make or break” moment for global climate targets? Image: REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas

Josh Gabbatiss

Author, Carbon Brief


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Average changes in daily CO2 emissions in April for key sectors. Image: Forster et al. (2020)
The globally average changes of greenhouse gases and air pollutants during lockdown. Image: Forster et al. (2020)

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