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Threshold: Time to 1.5

Threshold: Time to 1.5

If we take decisive action this decade, we may still be able to prevent warming beyond 1.5 degrees. Will we? Time to 1.5 grapples with the responsibility and privilege of this pivotal moment in human history.

The best- and worst-case scenarios for the world as COP26 ends

The best- and worst-case scenarios for the world as COP26 ends

An environmental scientist assesses the outcomes and possibilities coming out of the climate conference in Glasgow.
U.N. secretary general urges world leaders to ‘pick up the pace’ in remarks at COP26

U.N. secretary general urges world leaders to ‘pick up the pace’ in remarks at COP26

As Friday's deadline for the end of the conference approaches, organizers maintain that a deal will be hammered out in time.
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UN talks falling short of world’s climate goal

UN talks falling short of world’s climate goal

Negotiators in Glasgow hustle to hammer out a deal and spare the world from the worst of climate change. Leaders warn that despite promises, the planet will warm a devastating 2.5 degrees Celsius by 2100.
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Russian researchers: Average Arctic temperature could increase 20°С by century's end

A group of Russian climate researchers outline a further multi-degree warming of the Arctic.
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World’s rich need to cut their carbon footprint by factor of 30 to slow climate change, U.N. warns

World’s rich need to cut their carbon footprint by factor of 30 to slow climate change, U.N. warns

The world's wealthiest people must reduce their carbon footprint 30-fold to combat climate change, U.N. report says.
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Are we living through climate change’s worst-case scenario?
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Are we living through climate change’s worst-case scenario?

“We’re a lot closer than we should be,” one Stanford scientist warned.
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