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WWF at COP25
COP25 must urgently deliver if we are to avoid a catastrophe
Make your voice heard
The most important conference this year to secure our planet from the climate crisis kicks off on 2nd December. Make your voice heard and urge world leaders to raise their climate ambition now!
Climate, Nature and our 1.5˚C future
Our new report, Climate, Nature and our 1.5°C Future clearly points towards nature being part of the solution to the climate crisis.
We are far from a trajectory that would hold warming to below 1.5°C, but instead are on course for an average temperature increase of more than 3°C – an undoubtedly catastrophic prospect.
With our planet facing a growing climate emergency, only a dramatic increase in the ambition of our collective response can avert that crisis.
NEW REPORT: Climate, Nature and our 1.5˚C future
A new report, Climate, Nature and our 1.5°C Future clearly points towards nature being part of the solution to the climate crisis.
It outlines the urgent need for countries to work with cities and businesses towards a ‘just transition’ in the face of increasing pressures from a warming world. But strong leadership and immediate action is required to limit global warming to 1.5°C to halt climate change in its tracks.
At COP25? Join us at the Panda HubFrom bringing together various initiatives to help underpin a new deal for nature and people, tackling climate change, transitioning to renewable energy and more, there are many great programmes happening at the Panda Hub.
Check out the schedule, stop by the Panda Hub or catch it live on Facebook.