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24 Mar 20232 min read

The IPCC Report's Final Warning On The Climate Crisis

This week, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released its Synthesis Report for the Sixth Assessment Report during the Panel’s 58th Session held in Interlaken, Switzerland from 13 – 19 March 2023. The report provides a comprehensive assessment of the latest climate science and its implications for the planet.

In the report, the IPCC scientists delivered a stark warning that the world is dangerously close to crossing the point of no return on the climate crisis, and urgent action is needed to avoid catastrophic consequences. They stated that the warming of the planet has caused irreversible changes to the climate, such as melting glaciers, rising sea levels, and more frequent and severe weather events.

The report highlights the need for immediate and drastic action to reduce carbon emissions and prevent further damage to the environment. It calls for a rapid transition to renewable energy, a shift to low-carbon transportation, and significant changes to agriculture and land use. The report also stresses the importance of carbon removal technologies and the need for large-scale carbon capture and storage.

Kaisa Kosonen, a climate expert at Greenpeace International, said: “This report is definitely a final warning on 1.5C. If governments just stay on their current policies, the remaining carbon budget will be used up before the next IPCC report [due in 2030].

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As a company committed to carbon reduction, Tunley Environmental recognises the urgency of the situation and is taking action to address it. We believe that every individual and organisation has a responsibility to contribute to the fight against climate change, and we are doing our part to help clients reduce their carbon footprint and transition to a sustainable future.

Through our carbon assessment services, we provide clients with valuable insights into their carbon emissions and develop tailored solutions to reduce their environmental impact. Our team of expert scientists work closely with clients to understand their unique needs and challenges and delivers effective strategies to help them achieve their carbon reduction goals.

At Tunley Environmental, we believe that it is possible to create a sustainable future and preserve the planet for future generations. We are committed to driving positive change and supporting our clients on their journey towards carbon neutrality. The IPCC report is a powerful reminder of the urgent need for action, and we are proud to be playing a role in the fight against climate change.


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