Despite the fact that the climate accord negotiated by the Member States of the UN in Paris does not promise to solve the problem of global warming, the growing progress in renewable energy may ultimately solve much of the problem.
Below are articles since 2015 in CPNN on this question:
Youth for climate: 130 scientists support the youth climate strike
New UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration offers unparalleled opportunity for job creation, food security and addressing climate change
Students are striking around the world to protest against the lack of action to stop global warming
United Nations: Guterres underlines climate action urgency, as UN weather agency confirms record global warming
Greta Thunberg: My Message to Davos Elites: Act As If Our House Is on Fire. Because It Is.
‘Morally Unacceptable’: Final Deal Out of COP24 Sorely Lacking in Urgency and Action, Climate Campaigners Say
‘We Have Not Come Here to Beg World Leaders to Care,’ 15-Year-Old Greta Thunberg Tells COP24. ‘We Have Come to Let Them Know Change Is Coming’
Inter-Parliamentary Union: 139 parliaments demand immediate action on climate change
France: Marches for the climate, we repeat !
France: Several thousand students have signed a manifesto in which they pledge not to work for companies that disagree with their values
Peoples Climate Movement Launches Rise for Climate, Jobs, and Justice September 8th
Greentrees Sequesters Another 1 Million+ Tons of Carbon via Reforestation; Wins Award
What’s the G7’s ‘Charlevoix Blueprint’ all about?
Earth Day 2018 Events Popping Up Worldwide
Snapshots of March for Science Signs Across the Globe
Washington activists launch ‘Climate Countdown’ to push lawmakers for urgent action
Greenpeace: Great news for the Arctic AND the Antarctic!
World’s Largest Tropical Reforestation to Plant 73 Million Trees in Brazilian Amazon
The Climate Movement Charges On, Even without the USA
Peoples Climate March Draws ‘One Hell of A Lot of People’ [in USA]
Climate Change and Nepal
REPORT: Fossil Fuel Divestment Doubles in Size as Institutions Representing $5 Trillion Commit to Divest
Laureates and scientists call on Nobel Prize Foundation to divest fossil fuels
Tens of Thousands Take Part in Global Actions Targeting World’s Most Dangerous Fossil Fuel Projects
James Hansen, father of climate change awareness, calls Paris talks ‘a fraud’
Kumi Naidoo: let the youth be our climate leaders!
Naomi Klein: We are going backwards, COP21 is the opposite of progress
COP21 vue par Naomi Klein : « Le changement climatique génère des conflits »
For articles prior to 2015 on this question, click here.