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What are the positions on achieving net zero carbon? Show more Show less
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The term ‘net-zero carbon’ refers to a standard proposed by policymakers, climate scientists and activists which by emissions would be reduced to a sustainable level, preventing catastrophic climate change. Some countries have already set targets- yet the issue is one of global contention.

Net-zero is not enough to prevent climate change Show more Show less

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Negative emission technologies are undeveloped

NETS are proposed as an essential means to reduce build up of greenhouse gasses and to meet the net-zero carbon goal. Yet they are still in the formative stage.
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