1.5 Degrees: 
Meeting the Challenges of the Paris Climate Agreement​Conference at Oxford
CLIMATE SYSTEM EMERGENCY INSTITUTE
 The Health and Human Rights Approach to Greenhouse Gas Pollution

The UNFCCC Secretariat's 2 May 2016 INDC Update on national emission targets shows that global greenhouse gas emissions will be even higher in 2030 than they are today- (by at least 16%)  (Aggregate effect of the intended nationally determined contributions: an update Synthesis report by the secretariat).
Carter, Peter D. (September 2016). An illustrated guide to the 1.5ºC policy target option, at the 1.5 Degrees: Meeting the Challenges of the Paris Agreement Conference, Oxford, UK.
Click below  for PDF of illustration 
Climate Emergency Institute's Dr. Peter Carter presented the
at the Oxford 1.5 Degrees conference, calling
​for support ​of the rapid adoption of the IPCC's best-case scenario,
​RCP2.6.​​​​- in response to the INDC situation of increasing emissions to 2030.

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Here is a very good report on some of the main expert reports given at of the Oxford 1.5C conference. 
Power point of separate PNG images