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U.N. report identifies vast climate risks in exceeding 1.5° Celsius limit

The report from the U.N.'s Nobel Prize-winning climate panel aims to strenghten nations' actions under the Paris treaty.

Polar bears in Alaska
Polar bears in Alaska (AN/USGS)

GENEVA (AN) — The U.N.'s Nobel Prize-winning global warming panel is preparing to report on the vast changes that Earth will undergo if it warms past the limit agreed on at Paris in 2015.

The report aims to strengthen the world's actions on climate change, sustainable development and poverty, the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, or IPCC, said.

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