Climate change: 11 facts you need to know Weâre already seeing the effects of human-caused climate change â but nature can help. In a new report published in September 2018, the worldâs leading climate scientists made their starkest warning so far: our current actions are not â¦ On 7 continents, in 95 countries, with 900+ actions, people worldwide demanded real climate action from their local leaders. 2018: year of climate action The impact of climate change is being felt by countries around the world. Consultation on the 2015 International Climate Change Agreement: Shaping international climate policy beyond 2020 01/02/2010 Public consultation in preparation of an analytical report on the impact of the international climate negotiations on the situation of energy intensive sectors 2016 was the warmest year on record, and the third consecutive year that record temperatures have been set. It was designed to coincide with UN talks aimed at breathing life into the Paris Agreement. Winners of the 2020 UN Global Climate Action Awards Announced Bonn, Germany, 27 October 2020 - The recipients of the 2020 United Nations Global Climate Action Awards were announced today, shining a light on some of the best examples of what people across the globe are doing to combat climate change in a year that has cast darkness upon so many. Weâre already seeing the effects of climate change, but thankfully, the planet is equipped with a powerful tool for stabilizing the climate: nature itself. 8 September 2018. On September 25th, demonstrations and manifestations in over 3,500 cities took place in 154 countries, adjusted according to Covid-19 circumstances. Climate Action has curated a thoroughly researched and validated programme aligned to the key trends and challenges we face in our collective fight against climate change. Greta Thunberg, the 16-year-old Swedish climate activist, is interviewed ahead of the "Global Strike For Future" movement on a global day â¦ Rise for Climate. Marlena Chertock. This fall, school strike movement Fridays For Future called for a global climate action day. The programme is design to build momentum on climate action ahead of COP26 in 2021. Today is International Day of Disabled Persons. The Climate Action project involves 2,600,000 teachers and students across 135 countries focussing on Climate Change, sharing findings virtually, and taking action globally. December 2, 2020. The United States refused to join 164 other countries in signing a global migration treaty in 2018, the first such agreement to recognize climate as a cause of future displacement. SEPTEMBER 25 â GLOBAL DAY OF CLIMATE ACTION #FightClimateInjustice. The Climate Action Project is a free 6 weeks journey involving more than 2.5 million students and teachers. If weâre going to properly address the climate crisis, we must prioritize the needs and uplift the voices of disabled people in global climate action plans and spaces, writes Marlena Chertock. An international day of protests over climate change has taken place in cities around the world. Around 350 policymakers, researchers and development practitioners gathered at the 2018 D&C Days event in Katowice, Poland, on 8-9 December 2018 to debate issues at the interface between development and climate change.