Tag Archives: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)

Climate change impacts: Governments urged to invest in mental health infrastructure

African governments need to urgently invest in mental health infrastructure so that they can tackle the rising but hidden cases of climate-related stress among farmers and livestock keepers. Speakers at a meeting organized by the African Coalition of Communities Responsive to Climate Change (ACCRCC) and the Kenya Red Cross Society noted that more than ever

Climate change: Latest IPCC report highlights the critical need to transform agrifood systems  

By Adelyn Wangusi   Transforming agrifood systems is essential to adapt to human-caused climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) said today in the face of the latest report published by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). The Synthesis Report, the last of the Sixth Assessment report

Too late to prevent climate change – Experts share what we can do instead

The climate crisis is here – and its impacts, from wildfires to floods and heatwaves, are already being felt in all corners of the globe. While it may be too late to prevent these disasters, it is crucial that we soften the blow by helping the most vulnerable people prepare and adapt, urged speakers on

Climate Change: Greenpeace claims IPCC to expose reality of deforestation

The state of the climate crisis on land and the urgent need to protect forests and shift our global food system to sustainability is expected to be laid bare in an upcoming authoritative UN report on Climate Change and Land. Ahead of the IPCC session in Geneva, Greenpeace Africa Senior Forest Campaign Manager Irene Wabiwa