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Businesses demand a long-term decarbonisation goal from Paris Agreement

  Track 0 has published an update to the feature report, The Business Case for Adopting the Long-term Goal for Net Zero Emissions, highlighting the growing momentum since the World Economic Forum annual meeting held in Davos in January 2015. Increasing numbers of business leaders are stressing the need for Paris to deliver a long-term […]

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34 OECD countries discuss momentum for getting to zero emissions

Track 0 founder, Farhana Yamin, was invited to present why actors from all sectors are creating such great momentum for incorporating an ambitious, aspirational long-term goal for zero emissions in the current negotiations for a new international climate treaty at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) CCXG conference on 17-18 March 2015. See […]

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Background to the long-term goal as a pathway to stay below 2C in the climate negotiations context

Governments have agreed on a long-term goal to limit warming to less than 2°C…

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Unleashing the business case for #ZeroBy2050: See who’s on track in our new report

We’ve launched our business synthesis report – THE BUSINESS CASE FOR ADOPTING THE LONG-TERM GOAL FOR NET ZERO EMISSIONS

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Sign the petition telling Secretary Kerry to Support Zero By 2050

U.S. negotiators must take a strong stance against fossil fuels. Please urge Secretary Kerry to support the “zero by 2050” plan by signing…

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A climate idea comes of age: Zero emissions

Track 0 founder, Farhana Yamin, tells the Washington Post why the pathway to zero emissions has the support of the majority of countries negotiating a new international climate agreement in Lima, Peru, and how it is the unifier that leaders from national governments, cities, business and campaigns are all rallying around

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Paris must send long term decarbonization zero signal, say climate veterans and Track 0 Founder & Director, Farhana Yamin

“The global mood on climate change is shifting, but there’s little sign that the proposed 2015 agreement will be enough to avert dangerous levels of warming. Envoys from over 190 countries meet in Lima, Peru next week…

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The Game Changer for Climate: The race to zero emissions.

This week saw the finalisation of the Synthesis for Policy Makers Report of the Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) [FY1] of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Known as the SPM, the Synthesis contains key conclusions the world’s leading scientists want to convey to all governments, as negotiatiors meet in…

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Forging a Climate Agreement May Have Just Gotten Easier

President Obama and other global leaders want a meaningful climate agreement to cut their fossil fuel emissions in time to prevent irreversible planetary warming. Ban Ki Moon has invited leaders to come to the United Nations Climate Summit in New York on September 23rd to begin discussions …

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