Our climate is sick but we have the power to heal it, and ourselves, by creating a greener and more equal world.
Extreme weather events, sea level rise and droughts are all symptoms of a global climate on the brink of breakdown.
We are at a crossroads. If we act now, as a global community, to keep temperature rise below catastrophic levels, we have a chance to re-stabilise our delicate climate.
We can, as citizens, consumers and countries, choose clean energy, forest protection and ecological farming to cut climate pollution.
Together we can heal the climate and in the process of working together build a safer, greener fairer world.
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How Southeast Asia meets growing energy demand is a crucial challenge in the fight against climate change. Yet while countries around the world have made huge strides towards renewable energy…
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