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In a truly historic step, almost 200 countries agreed on a landmark deal on climate action at the Paris climate summit. It’s a huge step forward, and a strong message to businesses and governments that a sustainable world is the only way to go now. Find out what happened – and what comes next.
Find out what happened when a record-breaking 50,000 people took to the streets of London to march for everything they love – joining over half a million people worldwide on the eve of a crucial global climate summit.
Young people are asking MPs for action on climate in a unique way – by screening films about climate change, made as part of the Close-up on Climate film challenge, in the Houses of Parliament. Check out their amazing videos.
In September, world leaders came together to sign 17 Sustainable Development Goals to end poverty and fight inequality. It was a big step – now we’ve got to ensure that we put tackling climate change centre stage if they’re to be achieved.
From the Pope’s landmark encyclical on the climate, to big commitments on fossil fuel phase-out, it was a busy summer in climate news. We round up the major stories, at home and internationally.
In June 9,000 people from around the UK came together to speak up for what they loved, to over 330 MPs. The message was loud and clear – act now to protect what we love from climate change. Find out more about what happened and see photos and video from the day.
After a week in which hundreds of thousands of people showed the love for all that could be lost to climate change, the three main party leaders made a historic pledge: to work together to tackle climate change.
Roses? Chocolates? Not this year. For the first time, we turned Valentine’s Day green to show the love for all we could lose to climate change – with the help of some famous faces in a very special film.
World leaders came together in Lima to push forward on a global climate deal. Did they commit to the real, ambitious action we need to see on climate change worldwide? Read more in our follow-up blog following the summit.
Over 40,000 people came together in London to show the love for everything from birds and bees to Bangladesh, as part of a spectacular day of climate action around the world.
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