Countries must commit to decisive action at COP26 to limit global warming to 1.5°C if they want to sustain a healthy and green recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, according to new report by the World Health Organization.
Invitation to host Climate Champions Campaign EventIn a time of unprecedented uncertainty, one thing is for sure: building a healthy, resilient, zero carbon world remains as urgent as ever.
The High-Level Climate Champions invite non-Party stakeholder partners to host ‘Climate Champions Campaign Events’ to drive a crescendo of climate action and outcomes towards COP26 in Glasgow this November.
Together, we can amplify action from all sectors and corners of the globe to accelerate the transition to a zero carbon economy.
Hosting a Campaign event offers the chance to focus on impact around the following campaigns:
Click here to view/download the official invitation to host a Climate Champions Campaign Event.
The future of climate change is based on local solutions to local problems. In accordance with a Kenyan Swahili adage ‘Haba na haba hujaza kibaba’; small efforts build up to create long lasting impact. This is the chance to learn, educate and take action towards a sustainable Kenya, and a sustainable world.
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