January 12, 2016 — The 2015 United Nations Conference on Climate Change in Paris was the biggest global event on climate change since the Copenhagen summit six years ago. Copenhagen was a disastrous failure with little meaningful action taken to reduce carbon emissions by the assembled nations. Will our climate be in better shape after Paris?
January 7, 2016 —When the Paris Climate Summit (and the mutual back-patting) came to a close, politicians and environmentalists around the globe were celebrating the historic deal that was struck on Saturday, December 12th, 2015. Continue reading Development without Coal→
From the 195-nation agreement in Paris to curb global warming, to a journey down the Mekong River, evidence that climate change is impacting livelihoods and political decisions is stronger than ever
January 1, 2016 — 2015 has been a big year for climate change. The year has witnessed dizzying highs and stunning lows, from the hottest January on record, to March, when global carbon dioxide levels hit a million-year high, to December, Continue reading The biggest climate stories of 2015→
Growing disaster resiliency in Region 12 (SOCCSKSARGEN) and the rest of Mindanao