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Climate Drop-In: Economics and the drive to meet 2050 climate goals

How much progress will be made on meeting global climate goals by 2050? How will long-term economic change help or hinder the drive to hold down temperatures? What role will geopolitics play in the drive to Net Zero?

Group Chief Economist Neil Shearing and David Oxley, the head of our Climate Economics coverage, held a special briefing to introduce our new, interactive Climate Data Banks on CE Advance and illustrate the economic forces that will help – and hinder – efforts to meet climate goals. During this 20-minute session, they answered client questions as they addressed key issues, including:

  • Our new long-term carbon and greenhouse gas emission forecasts;
  • Where climate policy bleeds into protectionism;
  • How global economic fracturing will affect efforts to meet climate targets. 
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