1.5°C warming is still possible!

The assessment reports published in time for the COP28 starting 1 December were all but reassuring. A week before the 70,000 participants converged on Dubai UN Secretary-General António Guterres was briefing reporters in New York after seeing for himself over the weekend the “profoundly shocking” speed at which ice is melting in Antarctica – three times faster than the rate in the early 1990s. New figures reveal that sea ice at the South Pole is now 1.5 million square kilometres below average for this time of year; that’s equal to the surface area of Portugal, Spain, France and Germany combined.

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