Ahead of what may be the most critical climate meeting since the UN Paris Agreement, NGO members of #VoiceForThePlanet are raising their collective voice to encourage individuals to add their #VoiceForThePlanet to protest the twin planetary crises of escalating climate change and the rapid loss of nature and wildlife.
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Food as a climate solution?
A series of recent reports have concluded that the world’s food system is broken. The most recent of these studies, released this week from the Food and Land Use Coalition (FOLU) speaks to 10 global transformations over the next decade with potential to help tackle the climate crisis while feeding a projected global population of nine billion people by 2050.
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.
A Manifesto for Nature
More leaders are now being encouraged to endorse the Nature-Based Solutions for Climate Manifesto with the goal of ensuring that people and nature are at the centre of economies and policies, as well as generating the shifts needed in domestic and international finance and scaling up nature-based solutions in practice.
The leaders of these sinking countries are fighting to stop climate change
The success of these countries offers a broader lesson: no one nation can solve a problem as complex as climate change alone, but together, bands of nations can make a difference. And that lesson applies to a host of global challenges, from emerging diseases to international terrorism and the spread of nuclear weapons. As states around the world turn inward in response to rising populism, the tiny island nations are showing that international institutions remain not only relevant but also necessary to address the toughest challenges of our generation.
Calling all young natural climate leaders
In May, Climate Guides will launch its ‘Youth4Nature’ initiative to encourage young people who are leading the charge for natural climate solutions to come forward and bring their stories to the attention of world leaders at the UN Secretary General Climate Summit.