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The world, acting urgently, can curb carbon emissions enough to avert worst-case scenarios for climate change, U.N. experts said Monday as envoys met in Berlin to weigh the options for action.It says there is a 15-year window for affordable action to safely reach the U.N.'s target of limiting warming to 2 degrees Celsius.The goal remains attainable if "all countries" act quickly to ease carbon emissions, it says. In raw terms, global carbon emissions of 49 billion tons of CO2 equivalent in 2010 will have to be pegged to 30-50 billion tons in 2030 .
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