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The Asia-Pacific could add over 6% to its predicted GDP and create more than 36 million additional jobs by the 2030s by aligning its climate action with the Paris Agreement's 1.5 °C temperature goal and hitting net zero emissions by 2050.
Indonesia could avoid $3.8 trillion in investment requirements and peak its carbon emissions three years sooner if it hits net zero emissions by 2050 instead of 2060 while prioritizing solar and wind energy.
Realizing net zero emissions can boost India’s economy and create millions of new jobs, especially if backed by additional finance and holistic policies to ensure a just transition for fossil fuel-reliant communities