The world has a climate agreement – a legally binding, somewhat ambitious, global pledge to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and limit global temperature rises to “well below 2°C.” United Nations
Ecuador is a biodiversity hotspot, with some 25,000 species of plants and 1,600 bird species – more than double the number found in Europe. It has the most biodiversity per
In October 2015, a new national government was elected. Incoming Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pledged that Canada’s role in the UNFCCC will be climate positive, and that its policy
Cameroon, located in central Africa, is a highly biodiverse country. The Congo Basin, home to 15% of the world’s remaining tropical forests, lies partly in Cameroon. More than 8,000 species
Brazil is the seventh-biggest emitter of greenhouse gases in the world. Emissions from the country’s energy sector continue to grow, and have increased by 44% in the past decade. Brazil
In partnership with WWF, Australia’s COP21 country profile.
Elizabeth May, leader of the Green Party in Canada, is a person up for debate—about her inclusion in Canada’s general election’s leaders debates.
China and the US recently signed a bilateral emissions reductions treaty. The agreement was widely lauded as a game-changer, but will it really prompt a new wave of global action?
The Verb recaps what happened at Climate and Health day in Lima.