Climate Change

Blog posts, podcasts and videos on climate change, climate emergency climate breakdown climate action and its solutions like climate adaptation & climate mitigation.

VLOG Episode 4 | The Year in Climate – 2019 Review

Climate change. Review of all the climate emergency news and data that came out in 2019.

How We Healed the Ozone Layer

Blog on new information from the UN’s Environmental Agency (UNEP) on how the Ozone Layer has healed due to Montreal Protocol.

Podcast Episode 2 | Turning CO2 into rocks

Turning carbon emissions into rocks. How CarbFix utilises the ability to capture CO2 emissions and turns them into subsurface carbonate mineral.

VLOG Episode 1 | Transforming CO2 into Rocks

Interview with a scientist working on a revolutionary new technique to transform carbon emissions into rocks being tested in Iceland by Carbfix. This will help with fixing CO2 emissions.

We have only till 2020 to keep warming below 1.5 Celsius

Blog on climate change, climate emergency and how we need to keep global warming below 1.5 Celsius. Climate action is needed from all governments.

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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

Even as we strive to contain global temperatures at 1.5 decrees Celsius, an increase in methane emissions is undermining this objective.

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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.

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

In the 1980s the world collaborated to control ozone layer depletion and was successful at it. Is it possible to do that for climate change?

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