UN experts are set to release what is expected to be a viable guide to ending global warming on Monday, in a statement explaining how organizations and agencies are change in the future.
With the war in Ukraine fueling a sense of urgency in the West, analysts say the latest report from the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is a major resource for nations seeking rapid change from Russian oil and gas.
In recent months, the IPCC has published the first two episodes in a trilogy of major scientific studies covering the nature of global warming gas pollution and the nature of global warming. life on Earth.
This third demonstration will explain what to do.
But that response would eliminate the political implications of climate change on all aspects of modern life – and require significant investment.
It has seen two weeks of tough negotiations across 200 countries battling line -up over a “high -profile rally for policymakers” that ends hundreds of pages under review.
The meeting was scheduled to end on Friday, but was postponed until the weekend. The IPCC review was first released on Monday at 0900 GMT, but will now be released at 1500GMT.
“Everyone has something to lose and everyone has it,” said one person close to the process.
The answer cannot be simple, with the IPCC intending to specify the need for radical changes to energy production and industry, as well as cities, transportation and food systems.
To save the world from the devastating effects of climate change, the report says it is not enough to reduce carbon dioxide pollution.
And technologies that are not on scale will need to be scaled up to absorb CO2 from the atmosphere.
A 1.5C cap for global warming – the most anticipated goal of allowing a climate in Paris by 2015 – has been embraced by most of the world’s nations.
Not 1.1C of warming so far has started a major increase in global warming.
UN Secretary -General Antonio Guterres said last month that major industries would allow carbon emissions to increase when major cuts are needed.
“We’re sleeping in the worst of the weather,” he said.
In February, the IPCC highlighted the consequences of the past, present and future and the weaknesses in what Guterres called an “atlas of human suffering”.
The report decided that further delaying the reduction of carbon pollution and preparing for the consequences in the pipeline “will lose a short window and close quickly to secure a future life. for all things ”.
Current carbon emissions around the world continue on a catastrophic path at 2.7C of global warming by 2100.
“How much destruction do we see, and how much scientific evidence is taken, before governments allow fossil fuels to be the real culprits behind human injury? seen all over the world? “, says Namrata Chowdhary of 350.org.
The show’s main focus is on weaning the global economy from fossil fuels and shifting low- or low -carbon sources, from solar and wind to nuclear, hydro and other. with hydrogen.
Contributing to that change is the fact that less renewable energy is available than the energy produced by fossil fuels in most markets.
The IPCC also suggests ways to reduce demand for oil, gas and coal, whether by building more energy -efficient buildings or by fostering climate change. Lifestyle, such as eating small cattle and not flying to half the world for a vacation or business association.
With serious political debate over high -level policy formulation, some fear the word will be leaked.
“The climate crisis is on the rise and fossil fuels are the main reason. Every report on mitigation has not shown the truth that it denies the real science where the IPCC was held. , ”said Nikki Reisch of the Center for International Environmental Law.
The report will feed into UN political discussions, starting in November in Egypt at COP 27.
Nations have sought out a 3,000 -page handbook to end the climate crisis
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