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The Threat of Hydrofluorocarbons (HFCS) and Their Harmful Effects on Our Climate.

Hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) are a group of industrial chemicals composed of Hydrogen, Fluorine, and Carbon atoms that are produced for commercial purpose.

Successes and Failures of Paris Agreement

International efforts, such as the Paris Agreement aim to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Close link between preserving biodiversity and the widely held goal of reaching net-zero carbon emissions

Biological diversity — or biodiversity — is the variety of life on Earth, in all its forms, from tiny organisms to humans. The biodiversity we see today is the result of 4.5 billion years of evolution, increasingly influenced by humans.

Green Credit and Circular Economy for Resilient, Sustainable Future

According to the IPCC, climate change is already affecting species in terrestrial, freshwater, and ocean ecosystems around the world, future warming will make impacts worse.

Desertification In Nigeria and Its Impact On Climate Change.

Desertification means depletion of terrestrial ecosystems under the influence of harsh weather conditions and human activities. Its also known as land degradation, especially in arid, semi-arid and subhumid ecosystems.

Flooding In Africa And Its Impact On The Affected Nations.

Flooding is one of the devastating natural disasters occurring globally, and it became a major problem in many parts of the world due to its environmental and socio-economic impacts on the affected areas.

Climate-Smart Agriculture and Forest Sustainability

Climate-smart agriculture (CSA) does not necessarily define new farming practices. It includes and builds upon many practices that farmers and ranchers already use, like cover cropping, nutrient management, and conservation tillage.

How climate changes is effecting peace, security and defense sectors

To date, European concerns due to climate change focus on the sectors of peace, security, and defence.

How should governments act to deal with the threat of flooding? The Italian example

The recent floods that devastated Emilia-Romagna and other Italian regions have made it even clearer how necessary it is today to know how to deal with the consequences of climate change both through short-term and long-term actions.

How much longer will the Swiss food sector withstand the challenges of climate change?

Developing resilience to the impacts of changing climatic conditions in the food supply sector is an intricate and complex challenge that the whole world is tackling by combining both short-term and long-term strategies.