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Hi, this is Pip. Yesterday, the UN expert body on climate change issued its latest warning about the climate crisis, but not without providing a way out.

We’re also getting the latest on the fate of the Black Sea grain deal after Russia and Ukraine agreed on a six-month extension on Friday, and covering reports of internal trouble at Geneva’s International Human Rights Film Festival, which wrapped up on Sunday.

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Solar installations on 340 hectares surround the village of Hjolderup west of Aabenraa, southern Denmark, 21 February 2023. The 300 MW solar park will be Northern Europe's largest and is being built by Danish European Energy. (Keystone/Scanpix_Dk/Mads Claus Rasmussen)

Climate emergency exit. The planet is already experiencing the catastrophic consequences of climate change and is headed for even worse as global temperatures continue to rise, according to the latest warning by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). But while humans are the main culprits, they also have the tools to stop it.

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