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Slashing Methane Emissions ‘Strongest Lever’ Against Climate Crisis, U.N. Experts Say

4 Mins Read Reducing human-caused methane emissions by 45% by this decade could put the Paris agreement goal of keeping temperature rise below 1.5 degrees Celsius within reach, finds a new U.N. report. Representing the first comprehensive examination of the cost and benefits of methane mitigation, experts in the report conclude that taking “urgent steps” against methane emissions […]

WHO & Unicef: World Is Failing To Protect Children From Climate Crisis

3 Mins Read A new report by a commission convened by the World Health Organisation (WHO), UNICEF, and the medical journal Lancet has called for urgent and dramatic changes to protect children’s health and futures from the climate crisis. In addition to finding that every single country in the world is failing to keep children’s health and futures […]

#Bye2019 – What We Learned This Year About Solving Climate Change

2 Mins Read The world’s scientists have not only sounded the alarm on our climate crisis, but have provided some solutions, including some dramatic global shifts that must happen now, if we are to be able to combat the biggest threat to humanity today. Here are 5 of the main ones highlighted this year. 1. A Clean Energy […]

#Bye2019 – What We Learned This Year About Our Climate Crisis In Numbers

3 Mins Read This year, we have seen huge uptick in our attention on the climate crisis and the degradation we have caused our planet. From student climate strikes all over the world to organised protests against the corporations and industries responsible for huge amounts of emissions, there is greater immediacy in the way we view, talk and […]