Tips for Overcoming Roadblocks to a Zero-Carbon Future

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Thomas Schmidt Senior Carbon Analyst

Companies and cities across the globe are aligning to limit global warming to a maximum of 1.5 degrees Celsius above today’s temperatures by 2050. At that rate of warming, some endangered Pacific countries would remain above water, and the worst weather extremes in developed regions such as North America would be mitigated.

To achieve that goal, however, companies will need to achieve 6 percent greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reductions each year for the next decade, according to sustainability consultancy ENGIE Impact.