The UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change—which brings together 270 scientists and experts from 67 countries—presented its latest report on April 4, laying out the need for major and near-term transitions in the global energy sector in order to avoid the catastrophic consequences that would come with allowing global warming to exceed 1.5 C by 2030, as the world is currently en route to surpass.

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