What are the facts of the 6th report by the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change?

Sep 27, 21

The 6th UN-IPCC report suggests the impact of climate change at 1.5°C global warming will be much less than that at 2°C.

The report says that at 2°C global warming and above, the magnitude of the change in droughts, and heavy and mean precipitation, will be more severe than those at 1.5°C. Therefore, the impact of climate change at 2°C warming would be non-linearly detrimental in scale.