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The Sustainable Development Goals Report 2022 warned the world is on the verge of a climate catastrophe where billions of people are already feeling the consequences. Energy-related CO2 emissions for 2021 rose by 6 per cent, reaching their highest level ever and completely wiping out pandemic-related declines. 

To avoid the worst effects of climate change, as set out in the Paris Agreement, global greenhouse gas emissions will need to peak before 2025 and then decline by 43 per cent by 2030, falling to net zero by 2050. 

Instead, under current voluntary national commitments to climate action, greenhouse gas emissions will rise by nearly 14 per cent over the next decade. Let's requests parties to strengthen their NDC targets.


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Editor : Hizbullah Arief
Video Creators : Aditya Pratama Nugraha Akbar and Gabriela Kusuma Hernawan

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