• AFP-Jiji


Not only do we have the tools to slash emissions and curb global warming by 2030, but half of available carbon-cutting options are cost-free or very cheap, U.N. climate experts say.

There is no silver bullet, but a mosaic of actions — from ramping up solar and wind technology to economy-wide energy efficiencies — have been identified by the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) as low hanging fruit.

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