The complex crisis that we are undergoing, which encompasses social, environmental, health, and economic factors, showcases the need to implement future-proof policies to achieve a fair, sustainable, and resilient society.
Amongst the numerous crises the world is currently facing, the global biodiversity loss crisis—also called the nature crisis—is a significant one.
Mobility involves much more than the simple movement from one point to another: it is the tool through which we build our everyday world.
How is climate change impacting coral reefs, and is the outlook for reefs significantly better if we achieve the targets set by the Paris Agreement?
The summary for policymakers report says that ‘climate-related risks for natural and human systems are higher for global warming of 1.5°C than at present but lower than at 2°C.
The science is clear—it’s time for our resolve and action to follow suit.