Costs of climate change mitigation can be justified by the multiple immediate benefits to the health of humans and nature

Building resilience of marine ecosystems is achievable by climate-adapted conservation and management, and global stewardship

Nature-based Solutions are critical for the pathway to Paris – but look at the fine print

Political challenges impede effectiveness of carbon pricing

Supporting household behaviour changes is a crucial but often overlooked opportunity for climate action

High-impact risks from climate tipping elements

Megafires – climate change forces fire extremes to reach new dimensions with extreme impacts

Rapid growth in methane and nitrous oxide emissions put us on track for 2.7°C warming


“To put it simply, the state of the planet is broken,” as United Nations (UN) Secretary-General António Guterres said in the 2021 State of the Planet address.1 Over the course of this past year and while the COVID-19 pandemic continues to ravage the world, massive wildfires wreaked havoc in places such as Siberia, western USA, […]

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Stabilizing at 1.5°C warming is still possible, but immediate and drastic global action is required

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