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A book from Nosey Crow. with understandable & clear explanations for kids 5-10 years about the coronavirus and its effects.
Reducing emissions from food production will be one of our greatest challenges in the coming decades. Knowing the sources of emission, we can think about solutions, which exist …
How are we doing in achieving the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) ? See the SDG Tracker which shows data for all indicators from the Our World in Data database
Oxford economist Max Roser, shares three facts that everyone should know.
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“Sustainable development”… The first thing that comes to my mind is to meet the needs of the present without compromising those of the future …
The BBC chronicls milestones, scientific discoveries, technical innovations & politics of climate change …
Change starts with you – have a look at just a few of the many things you can do to make an impact!
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Earth Trusteeship Platform gathered 22, 23 June 2018 in The Hague to discuss its initiative, “The Hague Principles for a Universal Declaration on Responsibilities for Human Rights and Earth Trusteeship”.
IPCC report on global warming finds severe effects of waming at even 1.5°C rise of temperature.
Rising seas and oceans menace coastal communities from southern USA to southeastern Asia …
The first of a fleet intended to clean the ocean of plastic garbage takes to the seas.
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Great migration will be caused by climate change. in America alone, 13 million coud be displaced by rising sea levels; heat, drought and other consequences of changing climate will force more to move.
To prevent global warming and climate change, greenhouse gasses must be reduced – discover here what their sources are.
The world has paused due to the Covid-19 pandemic – with a resulting decrease in carbon emissions. Will a reboot of the economy be green or brown ?
What if covid does not merely knock back consumption, energy use, particularly fossil fuels, CO2 emissions, but reshapes the notion of “normal” and our return to it ?