Overlooking emissions embodied in materials threatens any chance of reaching the 1.5-degrees target

A 50-YEAR HYPOTHESIS — AND WARNING — PROVEN RIGHT

70% OF GLOBAL EMISSIONS ARE TIED TO MATERIAL USE AND HANDLING

NARROWING GLOBAL MATERIAL FLOWS: USING FEWER RESOURCES

SLOWING GLOBAL MATERIAL FLOWS: USING RESOURCES FOR LONGER

REGENERATE GLOBAL MATERIAL FLOWS: USING CLEAN RESOURCES

CYCLE FLOWS: USING RESOURCES AGAIN

2022: AN UNPRECEDENTED TIME FOR COLLABORATION

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