13 things we learned from the landmark IPCC climate report

Coal power plant

A coal power plant in Bełchatów, Poland

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The world’s top climate scientists today released their first major review in eight years on the physical science of climate change, in a report approved by 195 countries. Here are 13 things we learned from the 4000-page Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report, about 3000 pages of which are simply a list of citations for the 14,000 scientific papers assessed.

1. The world has warmed by 0.1°C more than previously thought

The amount the world has already warmed …

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