IPCC: Window to deliver 'sustainable, liveable future for all' is closing

Cecilia Keating
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A helicopter drops water on a California wildfire | Credit: iStock
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A helicopter drops water on a California wildfire | Credit: iStock

Latest report from UN body urges policymakers, investors, and businesses to work together to accelerate decarbonisation efforts across the global economy, as it warns progress remains far too slow despite a raft of readily-available climate solutions

The world's top climate scientists have called for the "mainstreaming" of climate action across society, warning the window for securing a liveable, sustainable future is rapidly closing despite there...

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