Adaptation
Building resilience
to climate change
 
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Moving towards
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Reducing Emissions
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and forest Degradation
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New finance models
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After The WaveAfter The Wave

When the Asian Tsunami struck in December 2004,over 200,000 people were killed and 1.5 million left homeless. We travel to Thailand Sri Lanka and Indonesia to investigate what has happened "after the Wave"

Towards a Global Green New DealTowards a Global Green New Deal

Environmentally-focused investment historic is an opportunity for 21st Century prosperity and job generation. Mobilizing and re-focusing the global economy towards investments in clean technologies and ’natural’ infrastructure such as forests and soils is the best bet for real growth, combating climate change and triggering an employment boom in the 21st century.

Lead PhaseOut-Partnership for Clean Fuels and VehiclesLead PhaseOut-Partnership for Clean Fuels and Vehicles

Air pollution is estimated to cause 800,000 deaths each year and costs the global economy 1billion dollars each year.

Mt.Kilimanjaro InitiativeMt.Kilimanjaro Initiative

Every year the Kilimanjaro Initiative, a Nairobi-based NGO, organizes an ascent to the rooftop of Africa’s Mount Kilimanjaro. The climb brings together youth from various slums in Africa, as well as participants from the public and private sector.

Earth HourEarth Hour

A World Wildlife Fund (WWF) initiative, Earth Hour has the goal of motivating one billion people in more than 1,000 cities around the world to switch off their lights for one hour on Saturday 28 March 2009 .Its a symbolic global event which aims to send a powerful message,it’s possible for everyone to take action on climate change.

Earth Hour - SG messageEarth Hour - SG message

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today urged citizens around the world to join WWF’s Earth Hour to demand action on climate change.In this video address, he says that Earth Hour–which takes place on Sat 28th March–promises to be“the largest demonstration of public concern about climate change ever attempted.It’s a way for the citizens of the world to send a clear message,they want action on climate change.” More http://www.earthhour.org/news/default:en/article

Looking Back and Looking ForwardLooking Back and Looking Forward

2008 was one of the most devastating years on record. Issues such as climate change and deforestation were some of the evident problems during the year. In 2009 however, UNEP seeks to enhance and come up with solutions on this areas.

Fighting for treesFighting for trees

Element Climate Change Series  follows the stories of five exceptional individuals who’ve decided to tackle climate change head on. - In this film we meet Bremley, who is fighting deforestation and desertification in his native Northeast India