'Most devastating assessment so far': IPCC climate impacts report to set out vision of a dangerously heated world

Cecilia Keating
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Animals around a waterhole during a severe drought in Etosha National Park, Namibia
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Animals around a waterhole during a severe drought in Etosha National Park, Namibia

First IPCC report on climate impacts in eight years to detail huge scale of existing and future climate threats is set to be published later today, after tense negotiations came to a close on Sunday

The impacts of climate change on humans and nature are worse than previously anticipated, and the window of opportunity to deal with the crisis is narrowing fast, with some of the effects of global warming...

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