FirstFT: IPCC warns that global warming will reach 1.5C by 2040
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The world may temporarily reach a temperature of 1.5 degrees Celsius within 20 years, even under the best circumstances when greenhouse gas emissions are drastically reduced. Major reports on climate change 234 scientists from more than 60 countries signed the conclusion.
Scientists say that even if emissions are rapidly reduced, temperatures will continue to rise, “at least” until 2050, and lead to further extreme weather events.
They stated that without “immediate, rapid and large-scale reduction” of emissions, it would be “out of reach” to control global warming by 2100 at 1.5 degrees Celsius or even 2 degrees Celsius higher than pre-industrial levels.
The US President’s special envoy for climate issues, John Kerry, said the survey results emphasized “the urgency of this moment”. United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres described them as “the red code of mankind.”
The British “Financial Times” view is that the current decarbonization decision of politicians will big influence In the next few decades.
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1. Bank of England faces lockdown due to closure of Main Street branches The chief financial regulator is studying the introduction of rules to enable Block bank According to people familiar with the deliberations, the main street branch was closed to ensure that consumers and businesses can use cash.
2. The U.S. Senate will pass the infrastructure package The Senate will Deliver packages worth $1 trillion With the strong support of the Republican Party to invest in shaky infrastructure, this bipartisan vote will be seen as a major legislative achievement during Joe Biden’s presidency.
3. The Taliban swept the northern warlord’s resistance fortress Islamic militant group arrested The five provincial capitals of Afghanistan Over the weekend, four of them were in the north, and the pressure on the Kabul government was increasing as US troops prepared to leave the country.
4. Epstein sues Prince Andrew Prince Andrew has Prosecute Provided in New York by Virginia Giuffre, the victim of the late sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, who claimed to have been forced to have sex with the royal family at a young age. Prince Andrew had previously stated that he did not remember seeing Juffrey and denied her public allegations.
5. British consultant fined 1.3 million pounds for steel pension Financial regulators have enforced Fine first In providing recommendations for the transfer of retirement savings to members of the British Steel Pension Plan, the consultant called it “seriously incompetent.” Geoffrey Edward Amin, a retirement and pension plan service, was fined 1.3 million pounds for advising 422 clients.
Biological Technology Exceed sales expectations Due to the soaring demand for its coronavirus vaccine, profits jumped to nearly 2.8 billion euros, this is the second consecutive quarter.
Bonds issued Cruise company, Cinema operator and Retailer all fall Prices rose last week as investors gave up the debt of some Covid-affected companies after reassessing the pace of the reopening of the U.S. economy.
This Pentagon plan to do Forced jab It will be used by the U.S. military until mid-September.
Oil Being hit New selling pressure Yesterday, due to concerns that the Delta variant would weaken Asian demand, oil prices fell by 4% and fell below US$70 per barrel.
The “sequelae” of the European economic and financial pandemic will be Longer and more serious Victor Khosla, the head of Strategic Value Partners of the US Investment Group, which specializes in corporate dilemmas, said that this is more important than the pain of the United States. register For us Coronavirus business update Newsletter and follow our Live blog Newest.
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British exam results A level result Today in England and Wales, as well as in Scotland, countries 4 and 5, tertiary and higher institutions.
income SoftBank will report first-quarter earnings. Also reported are: Abrdn, Flutter Entertainment, HelloFresh and InterContinental Hotels. See the full list here.
Jacob Zuma’s trial resumed The former president of South Africa will be released from prison to participate Corruption TrialAfter Zuma’s lawyers successfully lobbied for the hearing to be held in person rather than via a video link, it was postponed from July. (AJ)
Latvia State of Emergency The country expressed its readiness to announce State of emergency On its border with Belarus, it aims to stop the flow of migrants from the Alexander Lukashenko regime that transfer asylum seekers from Iraq, Syria and other countries to its border with the European Union.
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