Climate Change

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VLOG Episode 4 | The Year in Climate – 2019 Review

 This VLOG is on the most pressing issue of our time: Climate change. As the United Nation’s 25th Climate Conference begins in Madrid, we review the year and talk about the various scientific r...

How We Healed the Ozone Layer

On September 16, 1987, 196 states and the European Union (a total of 197 parties) got together to sign the Montreal Protocol. Ozone Day has been held on that day since then, to commemorate this occasi...

VLOG Episode 1 | Transforming CO2 into Rocks

 I hope you enjoy the show and please do check out the website and follow us on social media. Twitter: @360onhistory  // Instagram // Facebook Climate change is perhaps the most pressing issue curre...

We have only till 2020 to keep warming below 1.5 Celsius

The UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) issued its Special Report on the impacts of global warming in South Korea in October 10, 2018. The Panel was requested to publish the Special ...

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‘We’re one, we’re back’: Pupils renew world climate action strike

Over a million students expected to join rallies in some 120 countries seeking to spur world leaders into action. Read more

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Increasing methane emissions are undermining the achievement of the Paris Agreement goals

There was some good news this year when a paper published in Nature on February 25, showed that CO2 emission were declining in 18 developed countries. Although global emissions from fossil fuels and i...

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Climate Change claims its first victim: The Bramble Cay melomys is now extinct

The Bramble Cay melomys was a rodent that lived solely on a tiny sand island in the Torres Strait, near the coast of Papua New Guinea. It has not been seen since 2009 and in 2016 it was described as t...

Picture of one installation from Isaac Cordal’s series of tiny sculptures entitled Waiting for Climate Change

We fixed the ozone layer — can we fix the climate? UNFCCC COP 24

On November 12, 2018, delegates from 150 countries — all signatories to the Montreal Protocol met on the final day of the 30th Meeting of the Parties (MOP) in Quito, Ecuador. They could afford to be p...

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Is climate change leading us to category 6?

It is quite likely that climate change is having an impact on the frequency and intensity of hurricanes and typhoons. In the last couple of weeks, the world has seen two major storms: Hurricane Floren...

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