asked the top scientists on this several times: Do we really have to get down to near zero? Can't we just cut it in half or a quarter? And the answer is, until we get near to zero, the temperature will continue to rise. And so that's a big challenge. It's very different than saying, "We're a twelve-foot-high truck trying to get under a ten-foot bridge, and we can just sort of squeeze under." This is something that has to get to zero.
This is in relation to the emissions that we are producing and the need for these levels to go right down to near zero. This intrigues me as it's a very substantial claim.
Do the Climate Emissions need to go right down to near zero to stop the temperatures rising?