Climate math: What a 1.5-degree pathway would take (source: McKinsey & Company)

"... Getting to 1.5 degrees would require significant economic incentives for companies to invest rapidly and at scale in decarbonization efforts. It also would require individuals to make changes in areas as fundamental as the food they eat and their modes of transport. ..."

5 Steps:

Shift 1: Reforming food and forestry

Shift 2: Electrifying our lives

Shift 3: Adapting industrial operations

Shift 4: Decarbonizing power and fuel

Shift 5: Ramping up carbon-capture and carbon-sequestration activity


Read more https://www.mckinsey.com/business-functions/sustainability/our-insights/climate-math-what-a-1-point-5-degree-pathway-would-take

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