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March 1, 2024
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Too Late to Stop Climate Change, UN Report Says
IPCC: Unprecedented International Cooperation Needed to Mitigate Impacts
Catastrophes such as the Dixie Fire in northern California and similar uncontrollable blazes in Greece as well as floods in Europe are evidence that climate change is here, not a distant threat, say scientists organized by the United Nations. The group released a report Monday predicting catastrophic droughts, lethal heat waves and rising ocean levels unless carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases are reduced to zero by midcentury.
Catastrophes such as the Dixie Fire in northern California and similar uncontrollable blazes in Greece as well as floods in Europe are evidence that climate change is here, not a distant threat, say scientists organized by the United Nations. The group released a report Monday predicting catastrophic droughts, lethal heat waves and rising ocean levels unless carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases are reduced to zero by midcentury. | U.S. Forest Service/Lassen Natio
A new report from the U.N. came to a stark conclusion: Climate change is irreversible, and unprecedented international cooperation is needed to mitigate it.
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