In the News Now: Paris Deal's Carbon Cuts Miss Critical Warming Target


Renowned Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego climate scientists Mario Molina and Veerabhadran Ramanathan co-authored an opinion piece in USA Today arguing that even if the target actions of the Paris Agreement produced at COP21 are implemented, the world will still exceed established temperature increased thresholds. To slow the pace of global warming further, action must be taken to reduce emissions of methane, black carbon soot, and other short-lived climate pollutants, they write. 

Attached file: USA Today: Paris deal's carbon cuts miss critical warming target

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