Low Carbon Monitor report (LCM)

10/2017 | Report

This first edition of the Low Carbon Monitor report (LCM), commissioned by the Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF), aims to further understand the risk reduction and growth opportunities arising from a faster transition to low-carbon, sustainable development. This report specifically reviews the evidence for eight major development themes, identifying the implications and possible global or regional benefits of delivering on a limit to global warming of 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels.

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