Climate mitigation is a term used to describe the efforts by governments and organisations to prevent, and reduce the risks from, climate change and its consequences by reducing emissions of greenhouse gases.
Sustainability Gap is a measure of the decrease in consumption (or the increase in material and economic efficiency) required to eliminate the ecological deficit. Read more.
Climate Justice Programme comprises a collaboration of lawyers and campaigners around the world encouraging, supporting and tracking enforcement of the law to combat climate change.
The Framework Convention on Climate Change (FCCC), which became effective in 1994, is a voluntary and nonbinding declaration of standards, goals, and objectives that represents international cooperation to reduce human-made greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to climate change.
United Nations framework convention on climate change (UNFCCC). 1992 at the Rio Summit over 159 countries signed the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
Can trend-setters inspire mainstream acceptance of sustainable consumption? Global Cool aims to inspire and enable a mass audience to adopt low-carbon lifestyles by marketing or selling green lifestyle choices to trendsetters through consumer-facing campaigns.
Geo-engineering is the artificial modification of earth systems to counteract climate-change effects, such as increasing carbon dioxide uptake by fertilising ocean surface waters or screening out sunlight with orbiting mirrors.