When the world has its last chance to end global warming

The world’s last chance is on, with a growing chorus of voices demanding that the world adopt a carbon-neutral global emissions reduction plan.

But it may be too late.

A growing chorus Of voices have begun calling for the world to embrace a carbon emission-reduction plan to reduce global warming.

The most prominent of these is climate activist Bill McKibben, who launched a global movement to push the world toward a goal of limiting global warming to no more than 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit) above pre-industrial levels.

But climate change advocates and policymakers say the world is not on track to meet that target and are calling on countries to make their commitments.

Here are five reasons why the world may not be ready to adopt a binding global carbon-reducing plan anytime soon.1.

Global warming is already changing the way we live2.

A new study suggests we need to cut CO2 emissions dramatically if we want to avoid dangerous climate change3.

The world will have to drastically reduce CO2 levels if we’re to avoid serious climate change4.

If we’re serious about reducing emissions, we need the help of the world’s wealthiest countries to do so.

And the world will need that help from the U.S.A.