Missing 2030 emission reduction target risky - IMF

Failure to control emissions by 2030 could lead to more than 2 degrees of global warming by 2030, a catastrophic tipping point for further climate change, according to an International Monetary Fund report. Public Understanding of Politics” notes that concerns about climate change action do not in and of themselves lead to support for climate change action. It stated, “A recent survey designed…
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Nigeria’s growth prospect retain 3.4% under IMF

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has retained projected economic growth of 3.4 per cent for Nigeria in 2022. The Washington-based institution disclosed this on Tuesday in its World Economic Outlook (WEO) for July 2022 entitled, “Gloomy and More Uncertain”. At its last economic outlook released in April, the IMF had estimated that Nigeria’s economy would grow by 3.4 per cent in the year…
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