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 Carbon neutrality is the most prominent warning of the International Panel on Climate Change

“Carbon neutrality” means that the amount of carbon dioxide emissions produced by humans is equal to the amount of carbon dioxide removed by humans over a specific period of time. “Carbon neutrality” is also referred to as net zero carbon dioxide emissions, meaning that the The increase in net carbon dioxide in the air is zero, which does not mean that carbon dioxide cannot be added, but that if you add carbon dioxide to the air, the same amount should be removed.

Warnings from the International Panel on Climate Change

The International Panel on Climate Change warns that the world needs to be carbon neutral by 2050 to avoid a serious climate crisis, and this means the need to move with carbon neutrality towards a green economy and the use of clean renewable energy, while re-absorbing any remaining emissions, if countries continue to pump emissions climate change, temperatures will continue to rise by more than 1.5°C compared to the pre-industrial normal of the mid-19th century, and new levels of danger will be threatening the lives and livelihoods of people everywhere This is why an increasing number of countries are making commitments to achieving the goal of achieving zero carbon emissions by 2050.



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