Whatever countries have outlined so far in their intended nationally determined contributions documents don't seem enough to curb the rise in temperatures
On Monday, leaders of more than 180 nations will meet in Paris to start discussions on a legally binding and universal agreement on climate. The thrust of the talks will be on reducing emissions of greenhouse gases to limit the rise in global temperature by the end of this century to 2 degrees celsius above pre-industrial levels.
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