Climate change contributes to an uncertain world. But more than that: it can directly be linked to war and terror, says UN climate change secretary Patricia Espinosa.
New German Environment Minister Svenja Schulze from the Social Democrats is still largely unknown. In her first major speech in parliament, she has promised to at least aim to meet climate change targets by 2030.
In an exclusive interview, the NATO chief says that Moscow is investing heavily in modern warfare, which "lowers the threshold for Russia's use of nuclear weapons." He also gives his views on Trump and the Alliance.
Terrorism and climate change are widely considered as the two most significant threats of our time, but what few realize is to what extent the two are connected.
Global warming isn't just an environmental problem — it will affect every aspect of human life. Our response has to be just a wide-reaching — and experts say people power can still save the planet.
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