The most recent IPCC report, published against a backdrop of forest fires across the Northern Hemisphere, certainly caught numerous people’s attention and the media too.
The crucial data and science case for the IPCC report is that it is clear that climate change is taking place and its effects can be seen.
Consumer demand is driving growth, though meeting this additional demand might be more difficult than anticipated.
The team contacted environmentalist Vimlendu Jha to dissect the results of the report and its implications for India.
Farmers have spent $10.000 to respond to the supervisor’s remarks and try and abide by RNLA regulations.
This is the best case we are discussing.
The Sixth Assessment Report ‘Climate Change 2021: The Physical Science’ was released today by IPCC. The report is a clarion call for the developed countries to undertake immediate, deep emission cuts and decarbonisation of their economies.
— Bhupender Yadav (@byadavbjp) August 9, 2021