The uncovering of Seoul’s Cheonggye stream, which was once covered by a highway, shows the kind of initiatives cities can take.
From citizens who sit on the boards of energy companies to neighbourhoods that help fund local wind farms, community action is critical to the environmental movement.
Civil society and other groups, such as academics and businesses, stand to play a bigger role in how the countries of the world address climate change.
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Recent global climate talks at COP22 saw a growing role for businesses, NGOs and the state of California – a promising sign for action on climate change in the face of U.S. inaction.
Chinese President Xi Jinping and his French counterpart François Hollande can help to drive global climate action.
If Donald Trump turns away from climate action as George W. Bush did, Europe and China can respond by forming an alliance that will turn the United States from a climate leader into a follower.
Rich countries have committed to providing money to developing countries for low-carbon energy, such as this solar farm in India, and to adapt to the effects of climate change.
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Any progress on global climate aid must overcome the long-standing North-South divide on economic development and environmental protection.
Water and agriculture is high on the agenda at this year’s climate talks.
The current climate talks in Morocco are a golden opportunity for making strides on the adaptation of African agriculture. African countries need the tools necessary to do so.
News of Trump’s election has had a deep impact on global climate talks now going on.
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Memo To Marrakech: If the U.S. drops the mantle of global leadership on climate, here are the rest of the world’s options on how to react.
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The government in Delhi must be more ambitious. Current plans for more renewable energy plants are just a tenth of what is needed.
Delegates in Marrakech are hoping the winds of change in Washington don’t blow climate action off course.
The halls of the Marrakech climate summit have been filled with fearful talk about Donald Trump’s presidency. But there is hope that the Paris climate treaty can weather the political storm.
Americans have elected an anti-sustainability President. Here’s how it has gone down at COP22.
Marrakesh braces for the first round of climate talks since the Paris Agreement was signed in 2015.
The Paris Agreement is in place, but there’s still much to lose for the least developed countries.
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Environment Minister Josh Frydenberg announce plans to ratify the Paris climate deal, which could be severely weakened by a US change of heart.
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Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has announced plans to ratify the Paris climate agreement, a day after US participation in the treaty was thrown into dought by Donald Trump’s election victory.
Remote mountain regions like the Upper Mustang in Nepal are often neglected by the rest of the world.
Remote mountain regions are closer to the climate problem than we think, particularly in the context of safeguarding essential ecosystem services such as safe and adequate water.
The Olduvai Gorge, in Tanzania, is a cradle of mankind. Climate change will cause frequent and intense weather events in East Africa.
East Africa is a region that will be hit hard by climate change. COP22 in Morocco presents an opportunity for the region to take steps to mitigate these possible harsh effects.
In New York the sea will rise by up to two metres.
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At 2°C of warming and beyond, many megacities will have to cope with increased flood-risk.
Bhokul has faced the loss of her family’s land, and the loss of their income. Now climate change threatens her livelihood even more.
Meet Bhokal, who has already lost so much due to environmental disasters, and who needs the Paris agreement to be a success.
Marrakesh awaits an influx of climate negotiators.
The Paris agreement may be in force, but that doesn’t mean the world agrees on climate change.
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Wind and solar farms are great. But we need to reduce energy demand and start taking carbon out of the atmosphere.
Hard decisions must be made, and commitments must be backed up by concrete action at this year’s climate conference in Morocco.
The Paris climate conference made key plans to avert global warming. The conference in Morocco will hope to put these plans in action.
Less than a year after the Paris negotiations, the process is gathering pace.
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Just 11 months after the Paris climate talks, the resulting treaty has come into force. The rapid ratification looks set to heap even more pressure on Australia to come up with a credible climate policy.
We’ve come a long way since the agreement was formed in 2015.
Experts agree that a new era for climate policy here. But the hard work starts now.