Climate change is happening and may be irreversible, IPCC warns

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Leaked draft report outlines huge scale of global threat, as Obama administration edges forward with strategy for international negotiations

Climate change is already impacting the global economy and is likely to become irreversible without rapid action to limit fossil fuel emissions, a draft of a major new UN study has reportedly warned...

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