Change starts with you — join us in our efforts to GHG reduction efforts!
United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change’s COP24 have concluded with delegates from over 200 countries assembling in Katowice, Poland to try and move things forward on combating climate change. This is the third such meeting since countries around the world came together and adopted the Paris Agreement in 2015.
The agreement brings developed and developing countries into a common cause to take on ambitious efforts to tackle the threat of climate change by cutting greenhouse gas emissions and keeping global temperature rise well below 2 degree Celsius. Commitments made back in Paris were hailed as a landmark moment. But a U.N report has found that the world has fallen far off course on its promises to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
Multilateral climate negotiations have always been difficult — it is understandable that countries would want to protect their national interests, including economic ones. The Paris agreement was groundbreaking but agreeing on how to make it all happen is both politically and technically complex.
While individuals like us cannot influence how things pan out at government level, we can change our actions and help reduce greenhouse gas emissions at individual levels.
A special report for the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) have warned that we only have 12 years to limit global warming to a maximum of 1.5 degree Celsius, anything beyond will bring upon catastrophic natural disasters.
To meet that target, we need change, radical and urgent change. And that change begins with you.
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