AVOID 1

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AVOID 1: First year results

A presentation on the results from the first year of the AVOID 1 programme […]

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The AVOID 1 programme: an overview

December 5, 2010
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A flyer introducing the AVOID 1 programme […]

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AVOID 1: AVOID results for a pre-COP-16 briefing at Cancun

A summary of the AVOID programme and relevant findings for the C0P 16 conference.

Key points:

There is uncertainty in the size of the 2020 emission pledges.
For the most optimistic interpretation (around 48-49 GtCO2e) it is just about possible to limit warming to <2°C […]

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AVOID 1: AVOID UK-USA Workshop on Avoiding Dangerous Climate Change

14-16 September 2010 
American Geophysical Union (AGU), Washington DC

Introduction

The UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC), the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) Science and Innovation Network, and the US National Centre for Atmospheric Research (NCAR […]

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AVOID 1: The AVOID Programme and Climate Change Scenarios

A presentation giving a summary of the AVOID 1 programme’s  emissions pathway results, including:

How is a 2°C target defined?
It is possible to limit warming to 2°C but challenging to do so. Early action maximizes chance of achieving this.
There is some limited flexibility […]

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