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UBQ’s Take on AR6 Synthesis Report: Climate Change 2023

      22 Mar 2023

As the world faces an increasingly urgent climate crisis, the IPCC has issued a stark warning to the global community in its latest report, the AR6 Synthesis Report: Climate Change 2023. The report confirms that the planet is already 1.1°C warmer than pre-industrial levels, and even with the progress made in policies and legislation around climate mitigation, it’s likely that warming will exceed 1.5°C within the coming decades.



The report emphasizes the need for urgent action, highlighting that the impacts of inaction will be catastrophic and have long-lasting consequences for thousands of years to come. It brings together the findings from three previously released reports by the IPCC, providing a scientific basis for climate action and policy.



At UBQ Materials, we believe that it is critical to act now to reduce the impacts of climate change, and we are committed to supporting the necessary transition towards a more sustainable future. We believe that the world must come together to set more ambitious targets with accelerated timelines using the most relevant metrics, and we urge countries to take more significant action to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.



While many countries, like Israel, have set goals for reducing emissions, more must be done to address the scale of the crisis we face. As a climate tech company, UBQ is committed to supporting this transition by providing innovative solutions that can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions, create a circular economy, and ultimately, combat climate change. UBQ’s revolutionary waste-to-material technology provides a key to addressing the climate commitments for 2030 and beyond made by Israel and other nations.



The IPCC report warns that urgent action is needed to prevent catastrophic impacts on nature and humanity. UBQ Materials is committed to doing everything it can to contribute to this mission.

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