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    4. The COVID-19 pandemic has destroyed lives, livelihoods, and economies. But it has not slowed down climate change, which presents ever-growing threats to people’s health, jobs and safety. The stakes could not be higher: the science shows temperatures are in record-breaking territory, greenhouse gas levels are mounting, sea level is rising, and natural disasters are getting much worse.

      As the world confronts the pandemic and embarks on recovery, there is growing recognition that the recovery must be a pathway to a green and sustainable economy that produces jobs and prosperity, reduces emissions, and builds resilience. From the science to the solutions, this website showcases how the United Nations is bringing together all nations and peoples, so we leave no-one behind as we tackle the global climate emergency.

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      Six climate positive actions

      UN Secretary-General António Guterres is urging governments to take six climate-positive actions to recover better from the #COVID19 pandemic. These include investing in green jobs, no bail outs for polluting industries, ending fossil-fuel subsidies, taking climate risks into account in all financial and policy decisions, working together, and most importantly, leave no one behind.

      Positive actions
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      The Science

      The UN is at the forefront in assessing the science of climate change, which shows that it is happening due to human activities. We are presently on a path that will lead to accelerating impacts that will adversely affect the lives, livelihoods and health of people.

      Reports and Key Findings
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      Building a Sustainable Future

      Climate action will help us achieve the 17 Sustainable Development Goals aimed at increasing prosperity and well-being while protecting the environment. Climate action means increasing jobs, building sustainable cities and communities, increasing the use of clean, renewable energy and reduces air pollution.

      Climate and the SDGs

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      The forecast: La Ni?a has begun

      Expect changes in temperature, precipitation and storms for the coming year, as La Ni?a has officially begun, according to the World Meteorological Organization. It is predicted to have a moderate to strong impact, requiring geared-up measures to mitigate impacts on agriculture, health, water resources and other issues sensitive to climate shifts. Read more.

      SG’s High-Level Climate Advisory Group

      UN Secretary-General today convened the inaugural meeting of his High-Level Advisory Group on Climate Action to help guide accelerated climate action even as the COVID-19 crisis continues to present an enormous threat. The list of participants here.

      Encouraging news on net zero from Republic of Korea

      UN Secretary-General António Guterres said he is very encouraged by President Moon Jae-in’s announcement of the Republic of Korea’s commitment to get to net zero emissions by 2050. See the full statement.

      Events

      UN Biodiversity Summit

      The Summit on Biodiversity at UN Headquarters in New York seeks to provide political direction and momentum to the development of the post-2020 global biodiversity framework.

      High-Level Climate Change RoundTable

      As world leaders gather for the 75th session of the General Assembly, the Secretary-General is convening a roundtable to showcase the most far-reaching climate actions they are taking.

      IEA Clean Energy Transitions Summit

      The year’s largest global gathering on energy and climate brought together ministers representing almost 80% of global energy consumption and carbon emissions. 

      Our priority

      UN Takes Climate Action

      The UN system, together with partners, is working to help accelerate climate action and assist countries in limiting climate change and to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement. From renewable energy to food security, to jobs and safe water, the UN is promoting a more sustainable and prosperous world for everyone.

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      Climate initiatives

      The Climate Action Summit, convened in 2019, brought together representatives of governments, businesses and civil society that resulted in an array of initiatives to further climate action. These initiatives, comprised of coalitions of participants from the public and private sectors, are going forward and are producing results.

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      Business action

      Governments have a major role to play in addressing climate change, but the private sector must be a strong partner in taking climate action. Many companies, financial organizations and insurance companies are stepping up their actions to reduce emissions and increase investments in cleaner, greener technologies and energy.

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      Youth

      Young people’s unprecedented mobilization around the world shows the massive power they possess to hold decision-makers accountable. Whether through education, science or technology, young people are scaling up their efforts and using their skills to accelerate climate action.

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