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Climate Tipping Points_Insights for effective policy action.pdf

  1. 1. Climate Tipping Points: Insights for effective policy action Task Force Adaptation 28 November 2022 Marcia Rocha marcia.rocha@oecd.org
  2. 2. Managing Climate Risks, Facing up to Losses and Damages The OECD reviews the most recent scientific information on climate tipping points and discusses the implications for policy making right now and in the near future of our increasing knowledge on tipping points
  3. 3. What does the most recent science tells us? Clear signs that we may be approaching climate system tipping points today Crossing tipping points is increasingly likely at much lower levels of global warming than previously thought Climate tipping points are crossed, the planet and socio-economic systems will undergo profound and often irreversible changes
  4. 4. An urgent shift in how tipping points are treated in climate policy today Global temperature increase limited to 1.5°C, with no or limited overshoot through this century Transformational adaptation Technological development and innovation
  5. 5. emissions 2050 2015 Net-zero in 2050 Implications of different pathways to net-zero on for the risks of tipping points
  6. 6. How can the integration of the risks of climate tipping points can lead to accelerated action – positive tipping points • Positive tipping points refer to inflection points in social, economic or technological trends leading to sudden acceleration in systems change, and a rapid downward trend in emissions • How to set these in motion?
  7. 7. Virtual Launch Event OECD Report Climate Tipping Points: Insights for Effective Policy Action Report prepared under Losses and Damages from Climate Change Project and Horizontal Project on Climate and Economic Resilience 2 December 2022, 15:30 – 17:00 (CET) via Zoom Registration link: https://meetoecd1.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0ld-upqTgoEtUQzDI8wAQTxYN9xndc20B-
  8. 8. THANK YOU! www.oecd.org/env/cc/losses-and-damages

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