On Monday, before leaving the Pacific island of Samoa, my wife and I had the honour of sailing on board the Hōkūle’a Worldwide Voyage. Guided by traditional island wisdom, this group of Polynesian navigators are on a three-year canoe trip around the world using […]
Apia, Samoa, 4 September – The need for action on climate change loomed large during four days of talks about small island developing states that ended here Thursday with UN Member States’ adoption of the Samoa Pathway, a roadmap intended to guide islands through […]
3 September — The World Meteorological Organization has released the first in a series of TV weather reports as they might appear in the middle of the century if the world fails to move quickly to address the issue of climate change.
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June 23, 2014 – Government policies that improve energy efficiency and public transport could increase global economic output by more than $1.8 trillion per year, and also save lives, reduce crop losses and tackle climate change, according to new analysis released today from the World Bank and the ClimateWorks Foundation.
Business leaders, policymakers and UN officials tell us why the care about combatting climate change and why you should too.
14 May 2014– United Nations Global Pulse, an initiative of Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, has launched the Big Data Climate Challenge to help catalyze climate action and innovation ahead of the Secretary-General’s Climate Summit on 23 September 2014. Winning submissions will be showcased at the […]