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The Climate Conversations - S2: It’s a 'code red for humanity', but what next after the IPCC’s latest report on the health of our planet?

Super Typhoon Haiyan was the Philippines' most powerful storm on record, with gusts exceeding 305 kilometres (190 miles) per hour at first landfall (Photo: AFP/Noel CELIS)
Channel News Asia Online
20 Aug 2021
Climate Conversations

The 6th Assessment Report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) found that things are bleak and the time to fix it is fast running out. SMU Associate Professor of Science, Technology and Society Winston Chow, and a contributor to the report, discussed what more governments, businesses and people can do to avoid the worst that will inevitably come.


Listen to the podcast here: CNA Online (The Climate Conversations – S2)

Related CNA article links are provided below.