focus: climate change
After Paris: countries are not paying their fair share
A review of climate targets and commitments by each country has been released during the UN climate conference in Poland on 6th December 2018.
The independent review is supported by social movements, environmental and development NGOs, trade unions, faith and other civil society groups from the world over and measures the ‘fair share’ that each country should shoulder in terms of capacity and historical responsibility to reverse climate change.
It also finds that the global distribution of wealth provides an excellent lens by which to understand national fair shares - the richest ten percent of the global population receives 52 percent of the global income, and so has the great preponderance of the global capacity.
With the talks reaching consensus that the world is at a crossroads, this critical report After Paris: inequality, fair shares, and the climate emergency finds:
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The Malaysian Nature Society is pleased to announce its role as ICCC strategic partner
21 & 22 February 2019
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Global platform to discuss climate change related challenges and innovative action
Climate change is one of the biggest challenges of 21st century and it is associated with global warming due to rising atmospheric temperatures. Scientists have shown that the increased concentrations of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere including carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide play a major role in global warming.
Climate Change 2019 is the global platform for the discussion of new advances and research findings in the field of Climate Change. The conference will gather leading ecologists, chemists, physicists, biologists, material scientists, biomedical researchers, engineers, social workers and other researchers around the world who are active at the frontiers of this diverse and multidisciplinary field.
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