Monday 21st September — Imagine for one minute that Nature4Climate has been successful. By 2030, this is what the Earth would look like. Our planet will be green again and our atmosphere clean. Where it can be, our food will be grown in a way that regenerates the soil. Our forests will be growing, not burning or falling, and our mangroves will stand strong and protect the coastal communities.
Articles Tagged: Climate Week
Nature takes center stage during UN Secretary General’s Climate Summit and Climate Week
This marks a significant step forward. However, we note, more broadly, the Summit did not deliver the sea change in political will that many had hoped. Although 69 countries signaled their intent to increase the ambition of their national climate targets, none of the major emitters stepped forward with new pledges.
Youth4Nature demand that nature be part of the climate solution
Youth4nature explain in their own words why nature must be part of the climate solution collating stories from all corners of the world detailing their experience of the climate crisis and explaining why this matters more than ever.
Nature’s crucial moment at the next UN Climate Summit
At what might be the most high-profile summit on climate change since the 2015 UN conference that led to the Paris Agreement, nature will play a central role as a lead theme and one of the key six ‘action’ areas at the UN Secretary-General summit, during Climate Week. To celebrate and endorse nature’s role as a climate solution and its intrinsic value providing a third of the climate solution by 2030, Nature4Climate will host four days of powerful programming at the Convene 101 Park Avenue and Central Park Zoo from September 22nd to 25th.