2018 was filled with new evidence and warnings of the high risks and costs of climate change. Will it help tip the world toward climate action?
Our heat-stricken planet is orbiting through the end of a year that humanity might rather forget. But several recent climate reports tell us that 2018 may be remembered as a turning point, for better or worse, in the fight to cap global warming.
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Original Title: A Year of Climate Change Evidence: Notes from a Science Reporter’s Journal
Full Text of the Original Article: https://insideclimatenews.org/news/24122018/climate-change-evidence-reports-2018-year-review-ipcc-arctic-emissions-gap-national-assessment