New UN report set to paint stark picture of impacts of climate change – as ever

Posted: February 27, 2022 by oldbrew in alarmism, climate, COP26, IPCC, propaganda, Temperature
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And night follows day. They were never going to turn the anti-human climate propaganda volume down. This latest report ‘is expected to be even more worrying’. Are we quaking in our supposedly doom-filled boots yet?
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A new UN science report is set to send what may be the starkest warning yet about the impacts of climate change on people and the planet, says the Evening Standard.

The assessment is the second in a series of three reports from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) in the latest review of climate science, which take place every six or seven years for governments.

It is being published on Monday, a little over 100 days after the Cop26 summit agreed to increase action to try and limit global warming to 1.5C (2.7F) to avoid the worst impacts of climate change.

The outcomes of the UN talks in Glasgow were described as keeping the temperature goal alive, but only with a weak pulse, by conference president Alok Sharma.

The first in the series of reports was described as a “code red for humanity” by UN secretary-general Antonio Guterres when it was released last summer before Cop26 setting out the unequivocal and unprecedented impact humans were having on the planet.

It is clear we are now in the climate crisis, not waiting for it

The latest assessment, which looks at the impacts of climate change, efforts to adapt to rising temperatures and vulnerabilities is expected to be even more worrying.

A draft leaked last year warned of the risk of crossing dangerous thresholds or “tipping points”, where things such as melting of ice sheets or permafrost, or rainforests becoming grassland, become irreversible, with huge consequences.

The final version of the study will be released after its summary was approved line-by-line in a process involving representatives of governments and scientists over the past two weeks, but which overran by a day as delegates continued to haggle over the text.

What it does mean is that governments have signed off on the findings of the final version.

The report will set out the impacts of rising temperatures, which have already reached 1.1C (1.98F) above pre-industrial levels, from droughts to floods, storms, effects on health, agriculture and cities, and cascading and irreversible impacts.

There will be a specific focus on the different regions of the world, as well as looking at vulnerable populations and communities, migration and displacement.

Full article here.

Comments
  1. JB says:

    The cabal pushing these alarmist agendas have got to be the dumbest people on the planet. Maybe they figure there will always be a % of the population credulous enough to keep the tactic going.

    “A successful shaman ropes himself first.” –Ernst Kretschmer psychiatrist 1888-1964

    As such the shaman and the marks fit well with each other.

  2. Gamecock says:

    It takes a great amount of talent to say the same thing that has been said for 30 years, and say it in a fresh way.

    Emily Beament fails.

  3. oldbrew says:

    The important thing for the UN is to keep selling the illusion that governments can manage the climate if the people do as they’re told, or refrain from doing it as the case may be. It’s a control thing.

    above pre-industrial levels — translation: since the Little Ice Age.

  4. pochas94 says:

    The UN has to have a reason for being. If not, why spend the money?

  5. ivan says:

    As oldbrew and pochas say it is about control of the plebs as orchestrated by the WEF for the New World Order.

    The fact all education has been dumbed down to the extent that students are not taught to think but to believe in what they are told all these stupid ideas are able to take root and grow.

  6. oldbrew says:

    Climate fear isn’t working too well when it comes to people spending their own money…

    Your energy bill has gone up to pay for green technology that’s not being used
    Customers charged over £1.1bn for upgrades to prepare the power network for heat pumps and electric car chargers that families never bought

    SP Energy Networks, which manages the network in north Wales, the north west of England and parts of Scotland, said it had seen a tiny fraction of the expected heat pump installations, with 1,100 recorded compared to the predicted 99,800 by 2021.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/environment/2022/02/27/energy-bill-has-gone-pay-green-technology-not-used/
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    How long can this nonsense go on?

  7. Phoenix44 says:

    When the world has indisputably been both far hotter and far colder than now, how can any changes be “irreversible”?

  8. oldbrew says:

    Here it comes, trying to ratchet up the climate hysteria…

    Climate change: IPCC report warns of ‘irreversible’ impacts of global warming
    By Matt McGrath
    Environment correspondent

    Published 26 minutes ago

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-60525591
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    As ever, they assume what they’ve been trying to prove about trace gases for decades, but never succeeded.
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    Alarmoholics bask in the latest IPCC climate doom propaganda…

    Climate change: Scientists warn food and water supplies around the world could collapse unless action is taken

    The world has only a “brief and rapidly closing window” to prevent irreversible climate impacts that threaten to destroy ecosystems and plunge society into chaos

    https://inews.co.uk/news/climate-change-scientists-warn-food-and-water-supplies-around-the-world-could-collapse-unless-action-is-taken-1487993

    Panic now! 🥱

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