17 Jul '17, 9am

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Setting the bar high enough: the case for science-based targets on climate change In a year where we are seeing record-breaking temperatures around the world, we have finally reached a point where there is common consensus on global warming. This booklet contains a five-part series of articles on the need for science-based targets on carbon emissions, which were written and published by the team at the Carbon Trust in the summer of 2016.

Full article: https://www.businessgreen.com/bg/opinion/3013916/how-to-t...

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