What’s New February 2015
This page lists changes to this site for February 2015.
Many are afraid that tackling climate change is going to be too costly. But increasingly, studies are showing action will not just be cheaper than inaction, but could actually result in economic, environmental and even health benefits, while improving sustainability.
This new page includes more information on the above issues.
An overview of the Climate Change Conference (also known as COP 20), held in Lima, Peru in December 2014.
While it seemed like it was a successful meeting, because developing nations were committed to drawing up their own plans for emissions reductions for the first time, a number of important issues were left undecided such as how financing would work.
This page is an overview of the Lima Climate conference.
Recently released data showed that 2014 was the hottest year since records began in 1880.
This update includes updated charts and graphs and animations that look into this further.
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