Net zero carbon

Net zero carbon emissions is the balance between the total GHG emissions released into the atmosphere and the total amount of GHG emissions removed from the atmosphere annually.

The level of global warming that the United Nations is trying to protect, as set out in the 2015 Paris Agreement, is 1.5C above pre-industrial levels. This is the level at which the most severe impacts of global warming are avoided.

Only once net zero is achieved can the next steps towards regeneration be taken by reducing global warming and removing more GHG emissions from the atmosphere than are being released.

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