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  1. IPCC: Near zero emissions needed by 2100 to avoid climate catastrophe

    IPCC, the UN’s expert panel on climate change, released the most important assessment of climate change to date this past weekend. The IPCC warns that if we are to avoid catastrophic climate change the world needs to quickly and sharply reduce global carbon emissions. Luckily, the solutions are available and affordable.

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  2. IPCC: Climate efforts not sufficient, huge increase in green energy required to avert climate disaster

    The latest scientific report from IPCC concludes that current efforts to contain global warming are not sufficient to stop catastrophic climate change. To avert climate disaster, the world needs to urgently end its dependence on fossil fuels and switch to green energy. The study concludes that a global roll-out of clean energy is remarkably cheap – but only if we act now.

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  3. IPCC: ‘Severe, widespread, and irreversible impacts’

    Eighteen key conclusions from the summary report issued this week by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

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  4. Green Resolutions

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  5. Global warming continues unabated: 2015 to be hottest year ever

    2015 will likely be the hottest year on record, according to a preliminary analysis released by the World Meteorological Organization.

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  6. Global CO2 emissions flatlined in 2014 while the economy grew

    New data from the International Energy Agency (IEA) shows that global CO2 emissions stalled in 2014 while the economy grew. This marks the first time in four decades that the world economy grows while carbon emissions don't. The change is likely due to an increase in renewable energy.

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