According to Inter-Governmental Panel for Climate Change projections, we will see global average temperatures 2.6 to 4.8 degrees Celsius higher than the present by the turn of this century.
Even if emissions were to be stopped immediately, temperatures would remain elevated for centuries due to the effect of greenhouse gases from past human emissions. To prevent the most severe impacts of climate change, we will need to keep the rise in average global temperature below 2 degrees C since pre-industrial times.
Renewable energy, including wind, solar, geothermal, and bioenergy, will rise from 5 percent in 2018 to around 90 percent in primary energy consumption by 2050. The share of hydrogen – green and blue is also expected to grow in the future. This increase will come at the expense of hydrocarbons, whose share will decline from 85 percent in 2018 to approximately 40 percent or even 20 percent by 2050.
Even if the world achieves its Net Zero carbon emission ambition by 2070, global warming reversal is unlikely. However, with renewables, including hydrogen, nuclear and hydro-electric in the energy basket, the world will be able to achieve its drift to a complete climate disaster.
Tree planting will aid carbon capture efforts, but I doubt it alone will be able to prevent a climate armageddon.

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