Incheon, South Korea. Nobel prize-winning intergovernmental panel on climate change has issued a report suggesting. If world governments act immediately and are able to limit the global temperature to rise by 0.9 degrees. They will prevent the following:
* fewer deaths due to smog, heat, and infectious diseases.
* fewer downpours, heatwaves, and droughts
* coral reefs would be saved from dying.
If we fail to do so, we might go into a irreversible stage, where even antarctic ice melting and global meltdown cannot be averted.