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Francisco J. Doblas Reyes: “Limiting the impacts of global warming is in our hands”

Fighting climate change is about more than just saving polar bears (although that is also part of it). Global warming is affecting human lives and the ecosystems that sustain them. Extreme events such as floods, cyclones and forest fires have already become more frequent. The latest report by the UN panel of experts warns that, at current levels of greenhouse gas emissions, an average temperature increase of 4.4°C would be reached by the end of this century. Francisco J. Doblas Reyes, IPCC author and Director of Earth Sciences at the Barcelona Supercomputing Center, stresses that this is an avoidable future.

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26 September 2023