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After losing a decade to act against climate change, 2020s offer us one last chance
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After losing a decade to act against climate change, 2020s offer us one last chance

Every fraction of a degree of avoided warming matters and its value is measured in terms of human lives, species and ecosystems saved.

Greenland glacier melting crosses 'tipping point', won't recover if global warming ended today: Study
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Greenland glacier melting crosses 'tipping point', won't recover if global warming ended today: Study

Reports of the ice melt in the Arctic – which is warming twice as fast as the rest of the planet – have multiplied in recent years.

Climate won’t warm as much as we feared, but will cross the limits we've set, scientists say
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Climate won’t warm as much as we feared, but will cross the limits we've set, scientists say

Researchers explain why relaxed efforts against carbon emissions will not avoid substantial warming.

Indian environmentalist, former IPCC Chairman Rajendra Pachauri passes away at 79
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Indian environmentalist, former IPCC Chairman Rajendra Pachauri passes away at 79

He chaired the PICC panel from 2002 until he resigned in 2015 after an employee at his research firm accused him of sexual harassment.

Donald Trump vs Greta Thunberg showdown at Davos this week draws on crux of global climate debate
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Donald Trump vs Greta Thunberg showdown at Davos this week draws on crux of global climate debate

Trump dismissed activists for advocating a form of 'radical socialism', which Americans reject – a message that hit home with some in the business-heavy audience.

Ending deforestation, switching to plant based diets will help keep to 1.5C: report
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Ending deforestation, switching to plant based diets will help keep to 1.5C: report

Total emissions from land must fall 85 percent and the amount of carbon stored by land must increase 10-fold by mid-century.

Not convinced climate action is urgent? Here's what happens to Earth over 1.5 degrees Celsius of global heating
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Not convinced climate action is urgent? Here's what happens to Earth over 1.5 degrees Celsius of global heating

At 1.5 degrees Celsius of warming, we could expect to lose between 70 and 90 percent of our coral reefs.

Humankind needs to rescue the oceans to rescue itself, scientists warns in UN IPCC Oceans report
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Humankind needs to rescue the oceans to rescue itself, scientists warns in UN IPCC Oceans report

Halting global warming, won't stop the major changes underway in the world's oceans, but will buy time to understand future impacts and how to adapt.

IPCC Ocean and Cryosphere Report: How is climate change affecting India's ocean ecosystems?
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IPCC Ocean and Cryosphere Report: How is climate change affecting India's ocean ecosystems?

The tropics in general and India must focus on the lack of long-term sustained Indian and Pacific ocean observations.

Warming oceans, melting glaciers have been 'taking the heat' from climate change for decades: IPCC Report
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Warming oceans, melting glaciers have been 'taking the heat' from climate change for decades: IPCC Report

Experts highlighted that countries will either have to pay the cost of climate-related damages now, or invest in climate adaptation for the future.

IPCC Oceans and Cryosphere Report: Melting glaciers and natural disasters in Himalayas to become more frequent
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IPCC Oceans and Cryosphere Report: Melting glaciers and natural disasters in Himalayas to become more frequent

Mitigating climate change and adapting to its effect in high mountains won't be easy, but it is the need of the hour.

IPCC Special Report on Oceans and Cryosphere releasing today: What to expect from UN's latest climate change assessment
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IPCC Special Report on Oceans and Cryosphere releasing today: What to expect from UN's latest climate change assessment

The report looks at the effects of climate change on oceans and has been written by 104 scientists from all over the world.

IPCC report on oceans and cryosphere gets approval after all-night standoff with Saudi Arabia
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IPCC report on oceans and cryosphere gets approval after all-night standoff with Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia held up the adoption of the Summary for Policy Makers. 30-odd pages that were vetted line-by-line.

Climate strike: From Asia to Africa, millions of schoolkids inspired by Greta Thunberg march for action on global warming
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Climate strike: From Asia to Africa, millions of schoolkids inspired by Greta Thunberg march for action on global warming

Crowds of children skipped school Friday to join a global strike against climate change, heeding the rallying cry of teen activist Greta Thunberg.

Rapid deforestation, meat production driving climate crisis, says IPCC in UN report on land use
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Rapid deforestation, meat production driving climate crisis, says IPCC in UN report on land use

As of today, systems aren't in place for climate change policies and practises to be seamlessly integrated.

IPCC report on climate change and land use gets approval by 195 nations in Geneva
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IPCC report on climate change and land use gets approval by 195 nations in Geneva

A key point was the role of bioenergy & to what extent schemes should be rolled out to combat climate change.

New IPCC report due 8 August to thoroughly examine link between global warming, land use
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New IPCC report due 8 August to thoroughly examine link between global warming, land use

Double of India's landmass needs to be devoted to biofuels, carbon capture & storage to cap warming at 1.5-deg C.

Eat less meat, protect forests are some ways people can deal with global heating
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Eat less meat, protect forests are some ways people can deal with global heating

The study looks at the impacts of a hotter planet & examines how human activities affect temperatures.

Global sea levels could rise by 2 metres displacing around 180 mn people by 2100 says latest UN study
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Global sea levels could rise by 2 metres displacing around 180 mn people by 2100 says latest UN study

"A sea-level rise of this magnitude would clearly have profound consequences for humanity," the report says.

UN holds first global study of nature and human race: 100,000 species on path to extinction
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UN holds first global study of nature and human race: 100,000 species on path to extinction

With many species on Earth dying, the UN has released a study that was three years in the making.