Climate change

Climate change from the United Nations


 and the UN’s 5 points to intensify political action:


  1. limit temperature rises
  2. help nations meet climate goals
  3. transition to sustainable energy
  4. mobilize action for climate action plans
  5. build partnerships to combat climate change

The Climate Action Tracker follows climate action since 2009.  It uses results and anlyses to track progress in holding warming well below 2°C and pursuing efforts to limit warming to 1.5°C.

The BBC’s Richard Black chronicles  the principle milestones, discoveries, innovations and political action to give meaning and context to the idea of “climate change”

Questions & Answers


Climate change,
a complex issue:


the New York Times  answers some basic questions here.


Changes you can help make to

stop and reduce

climate change ?



Coronavirus and Climate Change
Coronavirus and Climate Change

Deep Background discusses with Bill McKibben, author of “The End of Nature” warning of climate change in 1990, how the Covid-19 pandemic could further activists of the climate crisis. Listen to the podcast here.

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Greenhouse gases from food
Greenhouse gases from food

Reducing emissions from food production will be one of our greatest challenges in the coming decades. It is clear that a number of solutions: different
diets; waste reduction; greater efficient in agricultural; and technologies for low-carbon food which is scalable and affordable.

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