April 2020, Vol. 247, No. 4


‘Greener’ Energy in Europe Points to Global Production Gap

By Nick Cunningham, Energy Writer  The European Union is set to ratchet up its climate ambition, overhauling continent-wide regulation aimed at slashing greenhouse gas emissions. The urgency is palpable as news of the climate crisis continues to grow worse. According to the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), the world may see 37-41°F (3-5°C) of warming by 2100, far in excess of the 35-36°F (1.5-2.0°C) target that governments are aiming for as part of the Paris Climate Agreement, and at a faster rate than previously thought. Under this grimmer scenario, impacts on coastlines, rainforests, food production and human populations are widely expect

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