References to Net-Zero Transition

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https://www.mckinsey.com/capabilities/sustainability/our-insights/the-net-zero-transition-what-it-would-cost-what-it-could-bring

https://www.wri.org/climate/expert-perspective/low-carbon-futures-least-developed-countries

https://publications.iadb.org/en/getting-net-zero-emissions-lessons-latin-america-and-caribbean

Ocean pollution has a detrimental effect on our friends in the oceans.