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UN: Brazil was G20 country that most regressed in emissions targets

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Published just a few days before the Climate Conference (COP-26), in Glasgow, the document highlights that the climate pledges for 2030 set the world on a path to a temperature increase of at least 2.7ºC this century.

The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Emissions Gap Report details the status of countries' pledges to reduce CO2 emissions, called NDCs (Nationally Determined Contributions). NDCs are presented every 5 years and reflect the countries' emission reduction commitments to curb global warming.

According to the global organization's report, in the case of Brazil, the updated NDC . . .

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