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1.5 Degrees of Paris Climate Agreement

The international treaty to address climate change, known as the Paris Agreement, will enter into force this year with the news that the EU has joined the US, China, India and dozens of other countries in ratifying.  This is sooner than anyone imagined when the deal was struck last December and gives the world hope […]

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How the IPCC report sealed the deal for energy security

Energy security is seriously important to human societies – not just for resource sufficiency reasons, but also for economic competitiveness, sovereignty of supply and integrity of energy provisioning. The most recent report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) shows that climate change presents increasing risks and vulnerabilities to energy production and delivery… and […]

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What the world can do to avoid irreversible human and environmental harm

The scientific climate change marathon continues next week with the release of the third Working Group report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). This follows the release of the reports of the first (the Physical Science Basis) and second working group (Impacts Adaptation and Vulnerability) respectively. The first two reports laid solid ground […]

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WWF: UNPRECEDENTED RATE OF CHANGE IN CLIMATE DEMANDS ACTION

Stockholm, Sweden – Climate change is happening faster, more intensely and, in many cases, at an unprecedented rate of change, according to the Fifth Assessment Working Group 1 report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. This demands action. “There are few surprises in this report but the increase in the confidence around many observations […]

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