Climate Protection

The climate is changing. As we burn oil and coal and cut down forests, the planet’s eco-systems are thrown off balance, resulting in more extreme weather patterns and rising sea levels.

We can call on our politicians to engage in responsible climate politics and urge cor­po­rations to invest in climate pro­tection. We can change our habits and consume in a climate­-friendly way.

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 Tommy Clark

News Deep Decarbonisation Roadmap for Achieving the 2°C Limit

How can major emitting countries work out concrete steps on cutting down their carbon emissions and act out solutions to take the 2°C limit seriously? This Tuesday on the 8 July a report was presented to the UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, for laying out strategies and steps to address UN's Climate Change negotiations in the past two decades. Read on

Nicola Jones

News ICTs Against Climate Change

Momentum for Change is an initiative spearheaded by the UN Climate Change secretariat United Nations Forums on Climate Change (UNFCCC). It provides a public platform to highlight broad-ranging climate change actions that are already achieving real results on the ground. Read on

 CGIAR Climate

News New Approaches to Farming in the Age of Climate Change

A pre-release event for the upcoming report from the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has presented a bleak future if inaction is still remains the biggest form of action. A recent seminar held at Humboldt University looked at some of the report's findings and discussed the need to keep agricultural policy one step ahead of the game. Read on

 Rainforest Action Network

Wissen What Exactly is a Climate Conference?

Every year, heads of government, organisations and activists from the environment, business and technology gather to negotiate the future of our planet at climate summits and conferences. But what exactly is a climate conference, who is involved and what is the scope of the decisions taken? Read on

Organisation Global Footprint Network

The Global Footprint Network is an international nonprofit organisation that aims to "end ecological overshoot by making  ecological limits central to decision-making." The website offers information on the development of the world's ecological footprint and its biocapacity. Read on