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Gobernanza, coproducción y bioeconomía contra el cambio climático
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change warned in 2018 that, if we do not act today, we will not achieve the 1.5 °C target, which is the limit to avoid a non-viable future for humanity. In 2019, the journal Nature warned that this threshold is the one that could avoid turning points in the Earth System, such as the loss of the Amazon rainforest or the collapse of ice sheets; that suggests a planetary state of emergency: both the risk and the urgency of the situation are acute. In 2020, the World Meteorological Organization warned that, between the years 2020 and 2024, the global average temperature could rise by 1.5 °C. It is urgent to act now, especially since the current commitments are insufficient, because, if the Paris Agreement is to be fulfilled, the world will be directed to a temperature increase of 3.2 °C. More ambitious measures are needed to target a global commitment that now limits global temperature to 1.5 °C. We must overcome the climate inaction of the past decade and form a critical mass of countries that assume this commitment. Based on the above, it is argued that academic research should lead to further transformations in global governance, policy co-production and «ecological bioeconomy