Efficient steps to slash world emissions

Doha proved once again that the setting of carbon targets is onerous and divisive. Instead, moves must be made to agree global benchmarks for residential, automotive and industrial efficiency.

Climate talks in Doha last week highlighted the weakness of carbon targets as a tool to limit climate change while a lack of international financial and political support may equally undermine an alternative, technology-led approach.

The talks achieved no new targets to cap emissions, which was no surprise given the complexity of agreeing responsibility for climate action between countries and chiefly between China and the United States.

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