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Biggest Economies’ Climate Policies Fall Short of Paris Goals

  • Bold targets need detailed strategies to limit global warming
  • Global policies are now targeting a majority of emissions

The world’s biggest economies are falling behind on commitments to cut greenhouse gases fast enough to limit global warming.

Despite a number of world leaders making broad commitments to slash emissions recently, more detailed policies are falling short on delivering on the goals of the Paris climate agreement, according to an analysis of 19 countries’ policies by BloombergNEF.