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U.N.: World ‘nowhere near’ hitting climate targets set in Paris agreement

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According to a new U.N. climate report, the world is nowhere near hitting its targets to cut greenhouse gas emissions, which are currently well over the limit outlined in the 2015 Paris agreement. Climate scientist at Stanford University and Chair of the Global Carbon Project, Dr. Rob Jackson, breaks down the main takeaways from the U.N. report and explains how countries could get back on track to hit climate targets.