We have written about climate change in previous articles. This phenomenon is damaging ecosystems throughout the world with serious implications for human well-being.
According to important research, quantifying the benefits of reducing emissions requires understanding the costs. However, the unique and non-market nature of many goods provided by natural systems makes them difficult to value.
Countries only have only a limited time in which to act if the world is to stave off the worst effects of climate change.
Covid-19 was the big issue of 2020, there is no question about that. However, it is important to remember that the environment is connected to our health in many ways. 2021 will certainly be a crunch year for tackling climate change.
Antonio Guterres, the UN Secretary General, believes it’s a “make or break” moment for the issue.
For this reason, during 2021, we will be following research and initiatives that bring us closer to finding a way to guarantee the future of the Planet.