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Climate scientists warn global planetary health is ‘entering uncharted territory’

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This summer was the warmest on record, with global temperatures reaching 0.66C above average, according to Copernicus Climate Change Service (Photo: Finnbarr Webster/Getty Images)

The latest annual ‘State of the climate’ report cautions against the ‘ecological overshoot’ of human demand on natural resources

Climate scientists have warned that human demand for natural resources has resulted in an “ecological overshoot”, damaging biodiversity and planetary health.

In their “The 2023 state of ...

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