Our actions can change systems so they are equitable, just and nondiscriminatory.
Leading scientists say most people remain unaware of the fact that climate change is already a stark reality and will continue to get worse unless drastic action is taken.
The climate crisis is worsening faster than predicted, by every scientific measure, and is paralleled by another crisis: the failure of the U.N. climate negotiation process.
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The majority of the world is convinced that humans are changing the climate, for the worse. Now, evidence is mounting that paints just how grim a future we are making for ourselves and the planet.
Typhoon Haiyan, a storm of historic proportions, has devastated the largely impoverished population of the Philippines.
The head of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development is set to address an event co-organized by the London School of Economics, where he is expected to harshly criticize the global disregard of the impending disaster of climate change.