This is a report of good practices demonstrating that effective actions are available to simultaneously address climate change and protect human rights.

Cumulative CO2 emissions are a robust predictor of mean temperature increase.

This publication highlights various access points for projects and initiatives that engage and mobilize young people.

The word “unprecedented” has been in regular use lately. As predictions about climate change increasingly become observations, are witnessing firsthand the impacts of more frequent and severe weather events. These events are playing havoc with health, agricultural systems, communities and economy.

Cricket is a sport that has always at the mercy of the weather gods, with a slight change in weather capable of having a massive effect on the game. And the players bear the brunt of fluctuating climate. From the searing heat of Asia to the cool and windy conditions in the United Kingdom, cricketers have to endure it all.

The summer monsoon of 2019 began with a massive deficit in the all-India June rainfall of about 33% of the mean. This led to considerable anxiety since a large deficit in June had occurred last in the summer monsoon of 2014, which had turned out to be a drought.

Accelerated anthropogenic impacts and climatic changes are widely considered to be responsible for unprecedented species extinction. However, determining their effects on extinction is challenging owing to the lack of long-term data with high spatial and temporal resolution.

There are currently 2.3 billion children under the age of 18 living on earth who are among those most vulnerable to climate change. Already today the global average temperature is 1°C above pre industrial times. The likelihood of children to live in a 1.5°, 2° and 3° world is significantly higher than for adults.

There are currently 2.3 billion children under the age of 18 living on earth who are among those most vulnerable to climate change. Already today the global average temperature is 1°C above pre industrial times. The likelihood of children to live in a 1.5°, 2° and 3° world is significantly higher than for adults.

For Global Spotlight Report, Climate Scorecard asked Country Managers to  provide information on how climate change is impacting the most vulnerable population  groups in the leading greenhouse gas emitting countries that cover.    Extreme weather events, such as soaring temperatures, droughts, floods, and forest fires  are the cause of much cli

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