- The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPPC) will publish a new report on Monday Aug. 9.
- The report is expected to show temperatures rising more quickly than expected and show the long-term effects of increased CO2 in the air.
- Public and private actors must act now to get to net zero.
The first part of the Sixth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPPC) will be published on Monday Aug. 9. This report will detail how anthropogenic greenhouse gases are causing unprecedented damage.
The IPCC, which consists of 195 governments, has emerged as one of the most credible sources of climate science. IPCC members aggregate and agree to the best climate science available globally before publishing. The new IPCC report will contain several key findings to look out for.
Temperatures are rising more quickly than we thought