The Case for a UN Climate Emergency Plan


Despite political commitment to climateaction being at an all-time high, world leaders are failing to respond with the necessary urgency. Since theSpring of 2019, United Nations (UN) Secretary General António Guterres has been sounding the alarm bycalling this crisis by name – a climate emergency.

Yet, declaring a climate emergency is one thing, developingand acting on a climate emergency plan, is another.

Read the full breif, making the case for a UN climate emergency plan, in the above link.


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