The International Energy Agency (IEA) isn't very forwards on global climate mitigation, as net zero by 2050 is not early enough and thorough enough. Net carbon removal from the atmosphere needs happen. What year the world is likely to go past two degrees depends on who is talking, but it is well within this half-century.
There are many problems to come, including our existing "locked-in" warming overhang to continue decades. By 2035 or earlier, the Arctic Summer Ice will be all gone, weather systems even more altered, and 2 degrees average warming is likely to have been surpassed. The IEA says that new fossil fuel development needs to stop now, and that is a minimum requirement for net zero by 2050, the old target year for politicians who won't be around then.
Too few global corporations and governments are paying heed to this. They are doing contrary actions to nix the Paris climate agreement of 2015 that so many nations signed, including Australia. Australian governments are still promoting a "gas-led" climate apocalypse. To be rapidly followed by global emissions led global life demise. Actually, because Australian government doesn't talk about a "coal-led" recovery, I assume they have secretly accepted that the global coal industry must also rapidly decline.