If the recent threat of nuclear Armageddon hasn't stressed you out enough already, the latest climate report from the UN might just do the trick.

The UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a massive report on Monday that paints a dire portrait of the impacts climate change will have on the world.

According to the report, we have a very slim chance of avoiding the worst effects of climate change. In all likelihood, we will experience a climate catastrophe.

I have seen many scientific reports in my time, but nothing like this one, according to the UN secretary general.

He said that nearly half of humanity is living in a danger zone.

Bleak Picture

Mass die-offs of plant and animal species, collapse of major food and water systems, and the transformation of carbon sinks that absorb carbon dioxide into carbon sources that emit it are some of the consequences of climate change outlined in the report.

Global temperatures are expected to rise by 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels. This would have a disastrous and irreversible impact on ice melt, which will result in widespread flooding in coastal areas, and will result in worsening wildfires.

Large swaths of the world population need to be prepared for the worsening effects of climate change according to a report. We're past the point of trying to prevent it. It is about dealing with its impact.

If regions aren't prepared, people will die that don't need to, according to the co-author of the report.

It's easy to forget about the issue of climate change when the UN keeps releasing reports. This one might be the most bleak depiction of the climate crisis so far.

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