he budget approach : A framework for a global ransformation toward a low-carbon economy

@inproceedings{Messner2010heBA,
  title={he budget approach : A framework for a global ransformation toward a low-carbon economy},
  author={David Messner and John Schellnhuber and Stefan Rahmstorf and Daniel Klingenfeld},
  year={2010}
}
Latest research shows that there is only a realistic chance of restricting global warming to 2 °C if a limit is set to the total amount of CO2 emitted globally between now and 2050 global carbon dioxide budget . We move this global budget to the forefront of our considerations regarding a new global climate treaty in the post-Copenhagen process. The authors are members of the “German Advisory Council on Global Change” WBGU . The WBGU recently published a study on “Solving the climate dilemma… CONTINUE READING

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