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Flooding, abandoned communities, droughts: the stark reality of climate change turns anxiety into anger

Dead cattle in Wajir, Kenya: a prolonged drought in the country’s north-east has created food and water shortages, pushing pastoralist communities to the brink. Picture: Getty

António Guterres was so shocked by what he read in last week’s report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) that he took to Twitter in an uncharacteristically emotional manner.

“I've seen many reports, but nothing like the new climate report, an atlas of human suffering & damning indictment of failed climate leadership. I know people everywhere are anxious & angry. I am, too. It's time to turn rage into #ClimateAction,” the Secretary General ...