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   dcterms:title "Benefit of Earlier Action to Reduce Emissions"^^xsd:string;
   gcis:hasCaption "This figure shows possible future pathways for global annual emissions of GHGs for which the global mean temperature would likely (66%) not exceed 3.6F (2C) above the preindustrial average. The black curves on the bottom show the fastest reduction in emissions, with rapid near-term mitigation and little to no negative emissions required in the future. The red curves on top show slower rates of mitigation, with slow near-term reductions in emissions and large negative emission requirements in the future. Here, the annual global GHG emissions are in units of gigatons of CO<sub>2</sub> equivalent, a measurement that expresses the warming impact of all GHGs in terms of the equivalent amount of CO<sub>2</sub>. Source: adapted from Sanderson et al. 2016.{{< tbib '29' 'bf91f878-c82a-409b-8d96-e21320366a69' >}}"^^xsd:string;
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