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increase and to reach net zero emissions in the second half of the century. The question now is whether the Paris Agreement contains the legal, institutional, and political tools needed to deliver this level of ambition. This paper considers (1) the direction and pace of future travel set by the Paris

In: Climate Law

mean that the mid-century’s net-zero emissions target will be more achievable is yet to be seen. Critically, the need for cba s should be temporary. Where possible, nations will prefer to fund their own climate actions rather than those of a cba -adopting country or region. As such, if these

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. Incorporating stakeholders in policy deliberations is vital to shape comprehensive, inclusive strategies. Keywords Indonesia – law and policy – just energy transition – net-zero emissions – renewable energy – transparency – energy justice – public participation Editorial Note This and the next article in

, with a vision to achieve net-zero emissions by 2060 (carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide, only). Reduction of emissions from the energy sector in 2030 is planned to be around 358 Mt CO 2 eq. from bau . To achieve the transition, Indonesia in 2014 established a National Energy Policy

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The ipcc Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5°C indicates that with modelled pathways of limiting global carbon emission, global warming can be limited to 1.5°C and eventually net zero emissions by 2050. The Kainaki Declaration calls for collective commitments towards developing a regional

In: New Zealand Yearbook of International Law

, nitrogen triflouride within the peak emissions ceiling; and halve emissions from its peak to 33MtCO2e by 2050 with a view to achieving net zero emissions as soon as viable in the second half of the century (Melissa Low and Eric Bea, Singapore’s Enhanced 2030 Nationally Determined Contribution and Mid

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In: Asian Yearbook of International Law, Volume 26 (2020)
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should be viewed as speculative at best and dangerously misleading at worst (Floyd et al. 2020:6). Floyd’s critique is strongly reinforced by a growing volume of research on the problematic concept of “net zero emissions,” ever present in the COP 26 conference in Glasgow in 2021 (see Dale and Moss

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In: Perspectives on Global Development and Technology

discussions on the global transition to net zero by 2050. 9 Two key outcomes of this High Level Dialogue are a Global Roadmap 10 and a growing number of Energy Compacts . 11 The Global Roadmap to ‘secure clean energy access for all by 2030 and net zero emissions by 2050’ was issued by the Secretary

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In: Chinese Journal of Environmental Law
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proliferated among corporations. They have various plans for whether to cover GHGs other than CO 2 , whether only to count direct emissions or extend to those from their supply chain and how to combine emissions reductions, removals and offsets Joeri Rogelj et al. , “Three Ways to Improve Net-Zero Emissions

-reduction methods as a universal good. In reality, the scale of cuts necessary to prevent dangerous climate change—that is, achieving net-zero emissions within fifty years—would harm some people and ecosystems. Such emission reductions would be so expensive that they would restrict economic development through, for

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