Researchers using FeliX model say global carbon emissions must reach zero by 2040

April 17, 2017 |

In the UK, a team have researchers are the first to use the new FeliX computer model, which includes social and economic factors along with environmental ones, to determine that the world must achieve zero carbon emissions well before 2040 to ensure that global temperatures don’t rise by more than 1.5C before the end of the century. Negative emissions technology may be important  to achieving these goals in time to make enough of an impact in reducing carbon emissions.

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