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BECCS D2a

Planetary limits to BECCS negative emissions (D2.a)

This study focuses on the planetary limits to BECCS from first generation annual bio-energy (BE) crops coupled with Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS).

The acknowledged threat of many damaging aspects of climate change over the next century and beyond has prompted research into ways to reduce and […]

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What contribution can mitigation of non-CO2 greenhouse gases make towards achieving long-term temperature goals? Policy Card C2b

Achieving emissions consistent with a 50% chance of remaining below 2°C by 2100 will require large changes in the energy system over the 21st century, including increased use of renewables and significant retirement of fossil fuel generation capacity. Delaying global coordinated mitigation action towards the 2°C […]

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What is the scale and challenge of the energy system transition required to meet long-term climate goals? Policy Card C2a

Achieving emissions consistent with a 50% chance of remaining below 2°C by 2100 will require large changes in the energy system over the 21st century, including increased use of renewables and significant retirement of fossil fuel generation capacity. Delaying global coordinated mitigation action towards the 2°C […]

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Mitigation policy cards

July 6, 2015
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A series of  policy cards providing up-to-date evidence for policy questions relating to climate change mitigation.

Achieving emissions consistent with a 50% chance of remaining below 2°C by 2100 will require large changes in the energy system over the 21st century, including increased use of […]

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An updated view of tipping points and the relevance for long-term climate goals (A5)

While some aspects of climate change can be viewed as becoming proportionately larger with increasing forcings, other aspects may feature more complex, nonlinear behaviour. This can include abrupt and/or irreversible change, which may be associated with key thresholds. Such behaviour must be considered differently in assessments of […]

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