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The Norwegian government established CICERO (the Center for International Climate and Environmental Research – Oslo) by royal decree in 1990. CICERO is an independent research center associated with the University of Oslo.

CICERO conducts research on and provides information and expert advice about national and international issues related to climate change and climate policy.

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Según estimaciones recientes, a partir de 2020 solo podrán emitirse 500.000 millones de toneladas de dióxido de carbono si queremos mantenernos por debajo del umbral de 1,5 grados. Las emisiones mundiales ya han alcanzado los 80.000 millones de toneladas desde entonces. AP Photo/Alberto Pezzali

El reloj climático muestra que estamos un año más cerca del umbral de calentamiento de 1,5℃

El reloj utiliza la tendencia de emisiones de los últimos cinco años para estimar cuánto tiempo queda hasta que el calentamiento global alcance el umbral de 1,5 ℃.
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La remise à zéro de l’horloge climatique démontre que le monde se rapproche d’un an du seuil critique de 1,5 °C

L’horloge suit les émissions mondiales et les données relatives aux températures, et utilise la tendance des émissions récentes pour estimer le temps qu’il reste avant que un réchauffement de 1,5 °C.
According to recent estimates, only 500 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide can be emitted from 2020 onwards if we are to stay below the 1.5 C threshold. Global emissions have already hit 80 billion tonnes since then. (AP Photo/Alberto Pezzali)

Climate clock reset shows the world is one year closer to 1.5 C warming threshold

The clock tracks global emissions and temperature data, and uses the most recent five-year emissions trend to estimate how much time is left until global warming reaches the 1.5 C threshold.
L’année 2021 devrait afficher 39 milliards de tonnes d’émissions de CO₂. Shutterstock

Combien de tonnes d’émissions de CO₂ pouvons-nous encore nous permettre ?

Après une forte baisse des émissions en 2020 due à la pandémie de Covid-19, 2021 témoigne d’une inquiétante reprise, souligne la nouvelle étude du Global Carbon Projet.
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Las emisiones globales vuelven a los niveles prepandémicos después de la caída de 2020

Preocupa especialmente la tendencia al alza a largo plazo de las emisiones de CO₂ procedentes de la quema de combustibles fósiles, que están lejos de llegar a cero en 2050.
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Global emissions almost back to pre-pandemic levels after unprecedented drop in 2020, new analysis shows

Most concerning is the long-term upward trends of CO₂ emissions form burning fossil fuels, which are far from trending towards net-zero by 2050.
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We’ve made progress to curb global emissions. But it’s a fraction of what’s needed

The global pandemic caused an unprecedented drop in global emissions. But this is likely to rebound as economies start to recover.
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Global emissions are down by an unprecedented 7% — but don’t start celebrating just yet

The pandemic, along with other recent trends such as the shift towards clean energy, have placed us at a crossroad: the choices we make today can change the course of global emissions.
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New research: nitrous oxide emissions 300 times more powerful than CO₂ are jeopardising Earth’s future

Agriculture is the dominant cause for the increasing N₂O concentrations. Emissions must be reduced if we hope to stabilise Earth’s climate.
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Coronavirus is a ‘sliding doors’ moment. What we do now could change Earth’s trajectory

New research reveals which sectors of the global economy fuelled the emissions decline during COVID-19. We have a narrow window of time to make the change permanent.
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El coronavirus, un punto de no retorno: lo que hagamos ahora puede cambiar el rumbo del planeta

Una nueva investigación analiza los sectores económicos responsables de la caída global de emisiones debida a la COVID-19. Tenemos una pequeño margen de tiempo para hacer el cambio permanente.
Le 11 mai 2020, à Saint-Malo, marquage d’une piste cyclable. Damien MEYER/AFP

Covid et baisse des émissions de CO₂ : une nouvelle étude fait le point secteur par secteur

De tout récents travaux du Global Carbon Project montrent dans le détail les effets de la pandémie et du confinement sur l’économie mondiale.
Coal emissions are falling, but gas and coal use are strongly rising around the world. EPA/SASCHA STEINBACH

Global emissions to hit 36.8 billion tonnes, beating last year’s record high

Carbon emissions will hit a record high for the second year in a row, but there is a small silver lining: the rate of emissions growth has slowed dramatically.
The Rhenish Brown Coal Field in Germany. Germany is one of 18 developed countries whose carbon emissions declined between 2005-2015. SASCHA STEINBACH/AAP

Eighteen countries showing the way to carbon zero

Reducing emissions doesn’t have to conflict with a growing economy, as these 18 developed nations show.
À l’occasion de la COP24, le Global Carbon Project publie une évaluation annuelle peu encourageante des rejets de CO2 pour l’année 2018. AAP Image/Mick Tsikas

Plus 2 % d’émissions de CO₂ en 2018, une tendance qui s’installe pour 2019

La demande énergétique en hausse est l’un des facteurs explicatifs de cette tendance.
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Carbon emissions will reach 37 billion tonnes in 2018, a record high

For the second year in a row global greenhouse emissions from fossil fuels have risen, putting 2018 on course to set a new record, according to an annual audit from the Global Carbon Project.
An NGO representative stands in front of a replica of the Eiffel Tower at the Paris climate change conference in December 2015. (Michel Euler/AP Photo)

The Climate Clock: Counting down to 1.5℃

We are on track to reach 1.5°C of global warming within 16 years according to new data.

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