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Intergovernmental Pedro of Climate Change

Global warming news, after a fashion


Congress is still in recess. On Tuesday, Republicans are hosting a field hearing in Tulare, California on California water policy, unsurprisingly pushing the message that industry should get whatever it wants. The White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs is lowering the discount rate. And the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is looking to propose strong tailpipe pollution standards that would “ensure up to two-thirds of all new cars sold by 2032 will be fully electric,” reports indicate. The seas are boiling hot and the superbloom has begun.

We interrupt the news for this update, thanks to climate scientist Haewon McJeon: we present Pedro Pascal as the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change reports!

Pedro Pascal as AR6SYR

Pedro Pascal as AR6 SPM1

Pedro Pascal as AR5 SPM8a

Pedro Pascal as AR6 SPM5c

Pedro Pascal as AR5 SPM5a

Pedro Pascal as SR1.5

Pedro Pascal as AR6 SPM3b

Pedro Pascal as SROCC

Pedro Pascal as TAR WG1 FIG32

Pedro Pascal as IPCC AR6 WGI Figure TS.6

Pedro Pascal as AR5 WGII Fig. 19-4

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