This December, the nations of the world are getting together to talk about climate change. Here's what you need to know.Read More - What is a COP, Anyway? Read More
Carbon sinks are nature’s equivalent of a kitchen sink drain, where we’ve been effectively dumping our carbon pollution. Since the dawn of the industrial era, the planet’s rainforests and oceans have been absorbing roughly half the carbon we’ve been putting into the air.
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Join Avaaz, Ben & Jerry’s and millions of citizens from around the world who are calling on leaders of the developed nations and the United Nations to tackle climate change at the upcoming summit in Paris. Our goal is for international leaders to work towards 100% Clean Energy by 2050. This ambitious goal is in line with the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC’s) stated need for the elimination of all carbon pollution within the next 85 years. Learn more about the petition.
The global north is already feeling the impacts of climate change, but not everyone is convinced.Read More - 4 things you need to know about climate change in the global north Read More
For people living in the global south, climate change is making touch situations even tougher-and things are set to get worse.Read More - A quick guide to how climate change is impacting people living in the global south Read More