The UN’s Climate Chief Imposes a Two-Year Deadline for the Global Community | Current Updates on the Climate Crisis


According to United Nations executive climate secretary Simon Stiell, humanity has only two years left to “save the world”. With record-breaking temperatures and natural disasters becoming more common, what additional measures can be taken to reduce emissions and combat global warming? Joining us to discuss this pressing issue are Patrick Ten Brink, secretary-general of the European Environmental Bureau, John Sweeney, professor emeritus at Maynooth University and contributor to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, and Suzanne Lynch, associate editor at Politico and author of its Global Playbook newsletter.


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