“If we do nothing, we accelerate the changes”

| In Toronto, Canada | He is a professor of physics and one of the most recognized researchers in energy of Canada. Ensures that it is possible to migrate to renewable energy systems and says that investment in oil is a very bad bet for the future. Fracking, climate change and the cost of inaction. “We…

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Peru a shining example for South America’s Climate Action Plans

This week, Peru became the first South American nation to publicly announce its Climate Action Plan, or INDC. In doing so, it may have set the scene for a new wave of highly transparent and ambitious INDC submissions from the continent. This most recent plan comes after 12 years of collective planning, as Peru developed a suite…

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The young climate campaigners to watch before the UN’s Paris summit

Some are students and others work as journalists or community organisers, but all are stimulating debate in the lead up to the climate summit. Youth activists and bloggers from around the world are stimulating the public debate in the lead-up to the climate summit in Paris, shadowing negotiators, co-ordinating fossil fuel divestment campaigns at universities…

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