Responding to the IPCC's influential report on the impact of climate change, Foreign Secretary William Hague said that "Governments everywhere have to act."
– Foreign Secretary William Hague
It is clear from the IPCC's report that a two-degree increase in the world's temperature would be dangerous, and four degrees would be catastrophic.
But that is the likely trajectory, unless there is unprecedented global co-operation to bring down emissions.
No country would be left unaffected. Governments everywhere have to act.