• Missing Pathways to 1.5°C are dependent on forests and land

    The role of the land sector in ambitious climate action.

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  • No time for false saviours

    Burning forests won’t help us out of the climate crisis. Restoring them will.

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  • The latest climate science must mobilize us, not paralyze us

    The long-awaited new IPCC report makes for grim reading: To avoid severe economic and social shocks and protect essential ecosystems, we urgently need to limit the increase in global temperature to within 1.5° C. But how?

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  • Deforestation is tearing through our carbon budget

    To stay below 1.5°, keep the forest standing.

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  • A message from Amazon leaders to world leaders

    Indigenous leaders from across the Amazon Basin released a declaration calling for the consolidation of the biggest environmental and cultural corridor in the world to unite protected areas with indigenous territories, recover degraded areas and promote the sustainable use of the forest.

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