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World on brink of surpassing critical climate threshold, UN warns

World on brink of surpassing critical climate threshold, UN warns

The United Nations cautions that imminent climate targets may be breached, with global temperatures predicted to exceed 1.5 degrees Celsius, urging immediate action to mitigate severe future impacts.

Damian Carrington reports for The Guardian.

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How will climate change affect Latin America? Scientists respond to IPCC report

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Canada wants more Indigenous knowledge in IPCC climate reports

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