As the planet keeps on heating up, any global temperature beyond a warming of 2°C would be catastrophic.
The market is screaming out for a new approach to assessing climate risk.
Animal rights advocates and environmentalists across Europe have been left scratching their heads after news broke of a ‘Beefatarian’ campaign for which the European Union has set aside over €3 million to target consumers in Belgium, France, Germany, Portugal, and
Greenland, a realm of ice and snow, could be living up to its name by turning truly green. And that's bad news.
"The global forestry sector can provide a really substantial chunk of the mitigation needed to hit global climate targets."
"The impacts will only intensify, damaging not just ecosystems, but societies and economies," warns UNEP's Inger Andersen. "Member states must get ahead of the game before it gets worse,"