More than ten protesters from the climate change group Extinction Rebellion stripped off in the House of Commons.
On 12 of March the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization published a report on Green solutions for Disaster Risk Reduction and climate change adaptation. It underline the fact that well-managed ecosystems – such as wetlands, forests, coastal systems and many others – often act as natural infrastructure, reducing physical exposure to various natural hazards and increasing socio-economic resilience of people and communities. Healthy ecosystems also provide many more services and goods, playing a role in water quality and availability, air quality, food security, and much more. Together with its partners, UNESCO advances the disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation agenda through the application of ecosystem services and nature based solutions.
On Friday, 15th of March, school and university students continue protests to call for political action on global climate crisis.
On 9th of March the UN published a press release, where the organization, tech giants, and the policy, finance and science communities announced to team up to launch major new pushes on using cutting-edge technology to create cleaner, greener and more efficient solutions to sustainable development.
Beijing is working to develop a solar energy plant in space that could one day produce enough power back to Earth to light up a whole city.
France’s ex-environment minister Nicolas Hulot and a group of NGO’s and trade unions presented a new pact for ecology and society on Tuesday, 5th of March, aiming to address global warming and social inequality.