Daniela

Kendra Pierre-Louis (@kendrawrites) of the New York Times writes about her “One Thing You Can Do” column she started after her readers were asking what they can do – individually – to take climate change actions. Few things highlighted in today’s column: Highlighting the moral implications of fossil fuels, Strengthening climate education and engagement, and Disclosing information on greenhouse gas emissions. You can read more here.

Daniela

The World Economic Forum outlined the top 5 threats that can happen at the same time, threats for which no country is prepared to handle. Here they are: 1) Tipping points in the environmental system due to climate change or mass biodiversity loss. 2) Malicious, or accidentally harmful, use of artificial intelligence. 3) Malicious use of, or unintended consequences from, advanced biotechnologies. 4) A natural or engineered global pandemic. 5) Intentional, miscalculated, or accidental use of nuclear weapons. I would add another one: 6) Mass migration caused by: Move from rural to urban areas;Displacements due to climate change; and Displacements due to wars and conflicts. Read…