What are the implications of the latest IPCC report for India? | In Focus podcast

Arunabha Ghosh speaks to us on the latest climate report by the IPCC and what the world need to do about the buffer against climate change.

Updated - April 11, 2022 07:34 pm IST

Published - April 11, 2022 06:27 pm IST

In its latest assessment report, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has laid out several scenarios on the steps that ought to be taken to keep temperatures below 2°C. It warned that even temporarily exceeding the warming level of 1.5°C over the next two decades would mean additional severe impact, some irreversible.

Arunabha Ghosh, founder and CEO of the Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW) discuss about the latest report by the IPCC, its implications for India and what the Expert Groups strives to achieve.

Guest: Arunabha Ghosh, founder and CEO of the Council on Energy, Environment and Water

Host: Jacob Koshy

Edited by Reenu Cyriac

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