Emission cuts that countries have pledged so far aren’t expected to hit the goal of holding Earth’s temperature rise to 2 degrees Celsius. This leaves a lot of work for a Morocco conference this week.
The United Nations climate conference that opens here this week is all about finding the right balance between slow and fast.
At least that’s how many climate experts see it. They anticipate the conference will feature both a push for faster global action on emissions and an underlying practical reality: On some fronts, patience will be vital asset in building needed consensus.
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