The IPCC 5th Assessment Report acknowledges that net emissions of long-lived greenhouse gases need to be reduced to zero to stabilise global temperatures. Comparing observed and planned emission reductions directly against rising temperatures thus provides a direct measure of progress and ambition of mitigation measures. The briefing shows how.
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