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World Bank’s Rachel Kyte on Zero Emissions driving Zero Poverty

Rachel Kyte talks about the sense of positivity and cooperation that she has felt at this year’s COP. Commenting on what she has observed in the negotiations, she says there has been a shift…

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Farhana Yamin on #zerozero – difficult, challenging but also possible

Farhana Yamin, Founder and CEO of Track 0, talks at D&C Days 2014 – ‘achieving the goals of zero emissions and zero poverty is challenging and difficult, but it’s also possible’

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Net Zero: The key to economic transformation

To stabilize warming at less than 2 degrees Celsius, as the international community agreed in 2009, the world will have to cut greenhouse gas emissions to net zero…

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First Resource

Track 0 is building a resource library reflecting the many studies, reports and initiatives at all levels of society – from countries, to cities and communities, and from economists to business leaders – on the unifying goal of phasing out emissions to zero. The resource centre is under construction and currently offers the following tools […]

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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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How do we get on track to zero carbon pollution?

After the largest climate march in history and a landmark Climate Leaders Summit at the United Nations, everyone is talking about keeping the world safe from the dangerous climate threshold of a 2°C temperature rise. But how do we achieve this goal? The latest science tells us we have to achieve ‘net zero’ carbon pollution by […]

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