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Lessons from past mitigation efforts

International cooperation is essential to mitigate climate change, yet it comes with challenges that often hinder countries from achieving their climate targets. Now, a study shows that timely monitoring and review of national climate mitigation efforts are essential for the Paris Agreement to accomplish its targets.

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Maamoun, N. Lessons from past mitigation efforts. Nat. Clim. Chang. 14, 430–431 (2024).

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