The results are in from the world’s biggest ever survey on climate change. People in 50 countries with half the human population want more action and ambition to protect the planet. Their priorities: renewable energy, electric cars and forest conversation, among others. Read more.
A new report affirms worsening droughts are pressuring people around the world. With preventing droughts far less costly than responding to them, it profiles solutions based on real-world experiences. Read more.
2020 could have been a gamechanger for climate. But the planet’s biggest polluters barely met or even missed renewable energy targets. A new report urges a paradigm shift towards assessing all economic activities based on transitioning to renewable energy. Read more.
At the G7 meeting, Secretary-General António Guterres singled out three priorities: a global coalition for net-zero emissions, renewed emphasis on adapting to climate change as the “forgotten part” of international climate support, and finance for developing countries to pursue ambitious emissions cuts and address already profound challenges caused by climate shifts. Read more.