If approached correctly, climate change could be an opportunity for the global economy, UN climate chief Christiana Figueres told DW.
Greenhouse gas emissions are increasing and with it the danger of global catastrophes. That's the bad news in the new report from UN climate change panel, the IPCC. The good news? There's still hope - for a limited time.
Curbing the emission of industrial greenhouse gases will save the lives of millions of people around the world, writes the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) in its latest report.
Scientists from Germany and Africa are teaming up to study the effects of climate change. Anna Shiweda, deputy director of an international research center in Namibia, believes both sides have a lot to gain.
A landmark report by a UN expert panel highlights how climate change impacts societies around the world. While certain factors could affect everyone, developing nations are most vulnerable, co-author Koko Warner says.
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