Need to agree on a net-zero emission target In the IPCC report, the message to India:

Need to agree on a net-zero emission target India, the worlds third-largest emitter, firmly opposes the goal, saying it has done much more than required, and any additional burden will jeopardize its efforts to lift millions out of poverty. The most ambitious emission path will lead to warming in the 2030s, exceeding 1.6 degrees Celsius, and then the temperature will fall back to 1.4 degrees Celsius by the end of this century. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has issued a warning that it may rise by 1.5 degrees even before 2040, but it has advocated the immediate reduction of global greenhouse gas emissions more strongly than ever. The greenhouse effect. For India, this may translate into increased pressure to agree to a net-zero target, which is a deadline for which it should be able to reduce its emissions to a level that matches the removal of its carbon sinks (such as forests). The sixth edition of the IPCC assessment report released on Monday is not normative. They will not tell the country what to do. But their science forms the basis of global climate action and the basis of international climate negotiations. As far as the sixth assessment report is concerned, the fact that the temperature increase of 1.5 degrees Celsius has proved to be closer than previously thought may trigger a broader call for stronger and broader emissions reductions in all countries.