'Code red for humanity' ahead of COP26, world leaders tackling climate change

Recent research findings on the climate are highlighting what the United Nations is calling a "code red for humanity." Extreme heat waves that hit once in 50 years will now happen every decade. Once-in-a-decade torrential rains are now 1.3 times more likely. Severe droughts that occurred once in 10 years could now take place every five or six years. As leaders get ready to gather for the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) talks, the situation they face is dire. Here's something people should care about.

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