2021 is a historic year for global climate action at COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland. This is the year we either lose momentum towards these critical goals, or it is the year we actually start implementing what we set out to do in 2015. It is our biggest opportunity to increase global climate ambition in COVID-19 recovery and kick-start a decade of action as we also inch towards the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
As rich countries continue to emit greenhouse gases at their highest-ever concentration levels, extreme weather is decimating more and more parts of the world which in turn sees increased displacement of people. In search of better lives and possibilities, such people are vulnerable to human trafficking and exploitation as they
Time is running out for millions of people who are already losing their lives, their homes and their livelihoods to climate change. These people have contributed least to the global climate emergency, yet they are being hit the hardest
Around the world, leaders and activists are already doing their parts. To learn more about them and to be inspired to take action, together with hearing the voices of those already deeply affected by climate change, log onto the following: https://ukcop26.org/?utm_source=UN+News+-+Newsletter&utm_campaign=582c023f36-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2021_09_01_06_18_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_fdbf1af606-582c023f36-106996553