An article published on The Conversation by the three vice-chairs of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change warns that even if we manage to stop the planet warming beyond 1.5℃ this century, we will still see profound impacts to billions of people on every continent and in every sector, and the window to adapt is narrowing quickly. Even in the best-case scenario, they say, children under 12 will experience a fourfold increase in natural disasters in their lifetime, and up to 14% of all species assessed will likely face a very high risk of extinction. Visit the News Blog page on the Future Media website to read the full article about what we can expect and what we need to do.
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