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15 March, 2017

Earth Hour Heroes (Part I)

2017 is a special year for the Earth Hour movement. As millions celebrate their love for the planet, we are also celebrating ten years of the movement and what we have achieved.
27 January, 2017

3 things YOU can do to help #ChangeClimateChange!

Protecting the planet starts with individuals like YOU and I. As citizens of our one shared home, it is OUR individual and collective responsibility to protect it. In this week’s blog, we share three things you can do every day to help change climate change. Because together, it’s possible! ;)
20 January, 2017

2016’s Record-Breaking Temperatures Signal Increased Need for Urgent International Action

GLAND, Switzerland (18 January, 2017) – Today, NASA and the U.S National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) declared 2016 as the hottest year on record globally.
9 January, 2017

Climate Change in Images

A hand-picked selection of photos from the EverydayClimateChange Instagram Feed updated weekly.
20 December, 2016

Conservation Wins!

A curation of conservation success stories from across the world to keep you inspired to help #ChangeClimateChange and protect planet earth.
11 November, 2016

Forestry crucial to fighting climate change

Over 20 per cent of tropical forests globally are designated by national governments for production. As the Paris Agreement comes into force, discover how protecting #forests can help achieve #climate targets!
28 October, 2016

World's food and energy systems key to tackling global biodiversity decline

WWF’s Living Planet Report 2016 shows how people are overpowering the planet for the first time in Earth’s history and highlights the changes needed in the way society is fed and fueled.
16 October, 2016

Climate wins as another global deal to limit emissions is reached

Gland, Switzerland – More than 170 countries agreed to amend the Montreal Protocol to allow the phase out of hydroflurocarbons (HFCs).
7 October, 2016

Statement on the entry-into-force of the Paris Agreement

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The global climate deal agreed in Paris last year has met the minimum requirements for entry-into-force.
23 September, 2016

Global climate deal will enter into force in 2016

The impossible is now inevitable. The global climate deal approved in Paris in December last year, will come into force in 2016, according to United National Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.

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