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Which climate future will we choose?
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Which climate future will we choose?

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) Sixth Assessment Report presents five different climate scenarios which could emerge, depending on the level of global warming and society’s reaction to it. The question is which narrative will ultimately be followed?

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Source: National Geographic
Surprisingly effective ways to curb climate change
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Surprisingly effective ways to curb climate change

Project Drawdown has ranked the most effective ways to limit our impact on the climate, with some surprising results. Did you know that if 16% of the miles we drive were switched from petrol to electric vehicles, that could save 10 gigatons of carbon emissions? Take the CNN quiz to discover more revelations.

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Source: CNN
How technology can help drive climate action
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How technology can help drive climate action

Setting climate targets is nothing unless followed-up with quantifying, reducing and monitoring emissions. These are complex and time-consuming processes. But with the right technology, including Artificial intelligence of Things (AIoT) solutions, they can be performed efficiently, transparently and effectively.

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Source: World Economic Forum
Drought risks becoming the next pandemic
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Drought risks becoming the next pandemic

At least 1.5 billion people have been directly affected by drought this century. Climate change is causing this to happen more frequently, severely and for longer. Drought is an emerging pandemic for which there will be no vaccine. Countries have to act urgently on water and land management.

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Source: The Guardian
Protecting the ocean is key to fighting climate change
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Protecting the ocean is key to fighting climate change

Trawler fishing releases as much CO2 from the sea bed as is emitted through global aviation. A different approach to ocean management would reduce these emissions, while preserving marine biodiversity and our supply of seafood. This requires increasing protected ocean area from its current 7% to at least 30%.

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Source: World Economic Forum
Google Earth shows effect of climate change over 40 years
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Google Earth shows effect of climate change over 40 years

Google’s latest feature, Timelapse, compiles 24 million satellite photos taken from 1984 to 2020 into a dynamic 4D experience which shows the impacts of climate change and human behaviour. Users can see melting ice caps, receding glaciers, massive urban growth and wildfire impact on agriculture.

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Source: CNN