In any case, there’s no stopping carbon dioxide emissions right now. Despite significant advances in renewable energy sources, total energy demand is rising and carbon dioxide emissions are rising.
As a professor of climate and space sciences, I teach my students to plan for a world that is 4°C warmer. A 2011 report by the International Energy Agency states that if we do not leave our current route, then we will be looking at a World that is 6°C warmer.
After the Paris Agreement, the trajectory is the same even now.
It’s hard to say we’re on a new route in carbon emissions without seeing a peak and then a bottleneck. With the approximately 1°C warming we are already seeing, the changes observed are already disturbing.