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State of Climate-2022

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    Posted: October 28 2022 at 4:41am

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Getting on track by 2030 will require an enormous acceleration in effort.

To achieve these near-term, 1.5°C-aligned targets, the world must:

  • Phase out coal power generation six times faster — equivalent to retiring 925 average-sized coal plants per year.  
  • Improve the energy intensity of building operations five times faster for commercial buildings and seven times faster for residential buildings.
  • Lower the amount of carbon dioxide emitted per tonne of cement produced over ten times faster.
  • Expand public transportation systems, including metros, light-rail trains, and bus rapid transit networks, across the world’s highest-emitting cities six times faster.
  • Reduce the annual rate of deforestation 2.5 times faster — equivalent to avoiding deforestation across an area roughly equivalent to all arable land in Switzerland each year.
  • Shift to healthier, more sustainable diets five times faster by lowering per capita consumption of ruminant meat to the equivalent of 2 burgers per week across Europe, the Americas, and Oceania. 
  • Phase out public financing for fossil fuels five times faster — equivalent to reducing subsidies by an average of $69 billion per year.

DJ, Climate collapse and pandemics are linked. Worsening "warming" may bring much more pandemics....

France could experience temperatures of 30C next week. In November; possibly the hottest ever recorded. #ClimateCrisis #ClimateEmergency

this is beyond absurd....

We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.
~Albert Einstein
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