intergovernmental panel on climate change]
Latest from intergovernmental panel on climate change
- There is clear evidence of the challenge, and the failure to stem mis- and disinformation online has allowed junk science, climate delayism, and attacks on climate figures to become mainstream. Governments, regulators, and the media must stem the tide.
- The debate on adaptation to, and mitigation of, the climate crisis continues to be polarised. The developed world continues to largely avoid its historical responsibility. And in turn, climate goals become difficult to reach.
- This year’s heat spell should have been an opportunity to document the health burden of heat and come up with a humane plan for persons most exposed to this slow disaster. The government must act now
- The past decade yielded several commitments toward sustainability. Yet, the share of renewables barely budged. Biodiversity loss continues. Land degradation persists. Why?
- The economic, social, health and psychological impacts of the heatwave should be documented by Indian authorities and attribution reports compiled so that the issue of addressing loss and damage.