The second report of the Sixth Assessment of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has identified with more clarity and precision the environmental concerns that have been increasing for some time. The second part, released on Monday, focuses on the effects of climate change as well as aspects related to adaptation. The first part of this sixth assessment of the IPCC was released in August last year. Its third and final part is to be released in the next month i.e. April. In the first part, the scientific basis of climate change was investigated, then in the third part the possibilities of reduction in emissions will be explored. It is also worth noting that this process of issuing detailed reports on various aspects related to climate change started from 1990. This is the sixth assessment after the second, third, fourth and fifth assessments in 1995, 2001, 2007 and 2015 respectively. On the surface it seems that every report has been repeatedly mentioning the same dangers for which no solution seems to be coming. On the contrary, those threats appear to increase with each report.