Addressing the Climate Crisis: WWF on the Road through Glasgow
Our world is changing faster than many of us predicted. Freshwater supplies are shrinking, agricultural yields are dropping, our forests are burning, and rising oceans are more acidic—all, in part, due to a warming climate. While the impacts of climate change are devastating, advances in climate mitigation and adaptation are leading to cleaner air, nature restoration, and economic growth. Still, we must act faster. Countries need to urgently join forces to deliver a nature-positive world by 2030. This November, the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP 26) will commence in Glasgow, Scotland. Many believe COP 26 to be the world’s last, best chance to get runaway climate change under control. Join us to hear from Genevieve Maricle, Director for Climate Policy Action, and Mariana Panuncio-Feldman, Senior Director, International Climate Cooperation, as they discuss all that needs to happen this year, the role WWF will play, and what comes next to secure a safer and healthier climate for people and nature.
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