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Experts and commentators draw parallels between the WGII report and the Russia -Ukraine war

UN Chief, Antonio Guterres, emphasises the timeliness to accelerate ambition and transition to renewables.
The report’s coverage also highlighted the costs of inaction and emphasized the lack of available funding to address the adaptation needs of the world.
Russian official, Krakovska’s apologises for Russia’s invasion of Ukraine at UN Climate meet
Russian official apologises for war in Ukraine at UN climate meet
The Russian head of delegation at a major UN climate conference apologised for his country's invasion of Ukraine on Sunday, which he said lacked justification, according to several sources who heard…
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For an extensive analysis of the IPCC WGII Report, please check out Carbon Brief’s Q&A.
Guterres branded the report as “an atlas of human suffering and a damning indictment of failed climate leadership”.
'Delay means death': We're running out of ways to adapt to the climate crisis, new ...
The UN IPCC climate report found that unless global warming is halted, billions of people and species could reach critical tipping points.
Kenyan think-tank Power Shift Africa released the ‘Adapt or Die’ report, detailing the costs some of the world’s poorest countries are already paying for adaptation.
In the most comprehensive assessment of climate impacts yet, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) Working Group II report published their latest scientific assessment on climate impacts and adaptation. Read more here