Canada, the UK, Ireland and France have already declared climate emergencies, alongside investing billions of dollars in fossil fuel industry at home and abroad.
The globe is close to “climate apartheid”, where rich people pay to escape heat and hunger caused by the climate crisis alongside the rest of the world suffers, according to the report by a UN human rights expert.
In recent years G20 countries have almost tripled the subsidies to coal-fired power plants, regardless the urgent necessity to cut the carbon emissions causing the climate crisis.
On Saturday afternoon climate change activists organized by the Extinction Rebellion blocked Eighth Avenue in New York between the Port Authority transit hub and the home of the New York Times.
The United Nations Secretary General António Guterres appeared to be on the latest cover of Times standing in water off the island nation of Tuvalu, which Is labelled as “one of the world’s most vulnerable countries” to global warming.
Steffen M. Olsen, danish climatologist, went on June 13 on a routine mission through the Inglefield Gulf in northwest Greenland. To his surprise, when he set out with his dog sled, he figured out that the ice sheet was under the water.
Natural fur and leather are gradually losing ground in the market – consumers are becoming more and more interested in what their clothes are made of and what damage to nature caused their production. Clothing manufacturers have to change radically due to these ideas, otherwise they will lose customers and profits.
Researchers offer to create millions of artificial islands in the oceans, what will clean the air.