The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) begins its final deliberations on its next assessment this Monday. It will focus on the consequences of climate change for nature, people, and the environment and ways in which people can adapt to global warming. Co-author Josef Settele, a biodiversity expert at the Helmholtz Center for Environmental Research, said in the run-up to the meeting that changes in food consumption and greater water conservation are important ways of keeping the world livable despite climate change.
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