FAQs about the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report

7. Why is the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report considered a “code red for humanity”?

The IPCC report, published on 08-10-2021, “is a red code for humanity,” as UN Secretary General António Guterres put it. With this he wanted to signify the great danger that looms over the planet, in relation to natural catastrophes, such as droughts, floods, forest fires, etc. Guterres also argued that “the viability of our societies is in the hands of the actions of governments, companies and citizens to limit the increase in temperature to 1.5 degrees.”

The UN Secretary General added that the internationally agreed global warming threshold of 1.5 degrees above pre-industrial levels was “dangerously close.” We run the imminent risk of reaching 1.5 degrees in the short term, he added. “The only way to prevent this threshold from being exceeded is to urgently redouble our efforts and pursue the most ambitious path.”

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We analyze the fifth IPCC Report

In the city of Incheon, South Korea, between October 1 and 5, 2018, the 48th Session of the IPCC, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and the First Session of the Group were held. of Work I, II and III.
In this meeting the Fifth Assessment Report of the IPCC was presented, whose main objective is to limit the temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius from its pre-industrial level. This goal, according to the report, will require “unprecedented changes” at a social and global level, due to the seriousness of the planet’s situation due to the sustained increase in global temperature, with all its consequences. >…

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