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Home to billions of people and wildlife, Planet Earth is also home to some of the most breath-taking landscapes we will ever come to witness. In part two of this series, we continue to explore some of the world’s most exceptional natural environments on the frontlines of climate change, as well as how you can help.
With the Earth being home to close to a trillion species, we thought it is time we take a look (once again) at how our planet’s biggest environmental challenge is impacting some of the most iconic species worldwide.
In the movement to change climate change, we've always believed that the people are our greatest strength. In part 2 of the two-part series, we highlight some fine examples of individuals toiling to unite their communities, cities and countries for climate action during and beyond Earth Hour 2016.
In the movement to change climate change, we’ve always believed that the people are our greatest strength. In this blog post, we highlight some fine examples of individuals toiling to unite their communities, cities and countries for climate action during and beyond Earth Hour 2016.
As the world takes the next step to make the Paris Agreement a reality, here’s part 2 of our shout out to some countries that are attempting to make the shift toward renewable energy, to encourage them to ramp up their actions and inspire others to do the same.
Do you suddenly feel like the media is abuzz with words like COP21, climate finance, green economy and you can’t really make sense of it all? Have no fear, the Earth Hour Guide to COP is here.
In this two-part article, we are putting ten of the most widespread myths on climate change to rest. Read on to discover the realities of climate change and feel free to add your own in the comments section below!
Climate change is often described as biggest challenge of our time. It is an issue that governments, businesses and NGOs around the world are working tirelessly to take action on but did you know that you could be a part of the solution too?
Polar bears are often seen as the face of climate change, and with good reason: sea ice loss in the Arctic is putting their survival in question. Yet, with far-off furry faces being seen as the symbol, it is sometimes hard for people to believe that climate change will affect them personally. The truth is, we’re already living with the effects of climate change, from extreme weather to invasive species. These changes are affecting our health, our safety and our livelihoods. In this two-part series, discover 10 professions and industries that are already feeling the impact of climate change (read part 1 here)