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The IPCC’s 6th Climate Assessment Summary for Policymakers provides a range of future climate scenarios described in the previous posting to this site. In this document we begin to look at the drivers behind the policies governments and business will need to implement for adaptation and mitigation in an effort to address and reverse projected outcomes. In advising policymakers, the report has noted that every region of our planet will experience climatic impact drivers whether atmospheric mean temperatures rise 1.5 Celsius, 2.0, or higher. The higher the temperature, the more extreme the impacts will be on ecosystems, agriculture, and health.


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