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Can we reach net-zero by 2050? These 3 focus-points will help

The critical goal of keeping temperatures below 2 degrees Celsius must be met to avoid dire consequences. Image: Unsplash/Alex Eckermann

Florence Jaumotte

Senior Economist, Research Department, IMF

Gregor Schwerhoff

Economist, Multilateral Surveillance Division of the IMF’s Research Department

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