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Global Warming

Global warming is altering the Earth system. Its impact on land, oceans, the atmosphere and polar regions is enormous. It is urgent to reduce production of CO2 as much as possible in order to protect natural life cycles that are all interdependent, before we reach the point of no return. Global warming is the planet breaking out in a fever.

Global Warming

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Ozone reduction has stopped so far

Ozone is a form of oxygen with molecules carrying three atoms instead of two. Ozone is found both in the…

Global Warming

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Why is it so important?

Our challenge: based on today’s commitments, emissions are on track to reach 56 Gt CO2e by 2030, over twice what…

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UN warning about greengas emissions

Levels of atmospheric greenhouse gases have reached another record high, “with no sign of a slowdown, let alone a decline”, the World…

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Carbon emissions from fossil fuels could fall 5%

Global carbon emissions from the fossil fuel industry could fall by a record 2.5bn tonnes this year, a reduction of…

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Published by UN Environment

As the world strives to cut greenhouse gas emissions and limit climate change, it is crucial to track progress towards…

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Hot zones are spreading around the world

The day the yellow clams turned black is seared in Ramon Aguero’s memory. It was the summer of 1994. A…

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The leading international body for the assessment of climate change

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is the leading international body for the assessment of climate change. It was…

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A ‘wake-up call’ for world leaders

“Dead zones” are rapidly appearing in the world’s oceans as they lose oxygen at an unprecedented rate due to climate…