“Humanity will eventually pay a very high price for the decimation of the only assemblage of life that we know of in the universe.”
This visual guide shows why concrete global actions at #COP15 are more crucial than ever for our planet. 👇
Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad @niknazmi has been appointed Malaysia’s new environment and climate change minister, overseeing the combined portfolios of the environment and water ministry with the energy and natural resources ministry. https://eb.news/Ic9riecMT2OA
When a landslide left entire villages without access to water, women in #Bangladesh’s remote and hilly Rangamati district launched a project to use #solar pumps to supply water and conserve the local #forests, @ri_montu writes https://eb.news/CWUztOn9StOA
Conservation finance disagreements threaten to derail talks https://eb.news/trhRJMf1RxSA
In 2023, @unocha says the global economic downturn & #ClimateChange-related effects, among other factors, will likely only continue to fuel current crises & translate into more humanitarian emergencies.
The time to #InvestInHumanity is now.
@UNCERF Info: https://bit.ly/3uCQJ5E
The Blue Accelerator Grant Scheme is supporting civil society, private businesses, cooperatives, and non-governmental organizations.
Across Fiji, these companies are implementing promising #blueeconomy projects: http://ow.ly/N55X50LLEay
“The marks and distortions caused by the flames are presented as forensic evidence: this is what happens when temperatures rise too high.”
A 1968 paper commissioned by the American Petroleum Institute warned that burning fossil fuels would drive up temperatures.
Forgotten for decades, the research was recently rediscovered and is now playing a key role in climate lawsuits against oil majors.
Frustrated by a serious lack of progress on curbing global greenhouse gas emissions, climate activists are increasingly turning to bold new tactics to protest. But they’re also being met with a slew of harsh new anti-protest laws.