The northern hemisphere is witnessing unprecedented warmth, floods and fires.
From record-breaking heatwaves to overwhelming floods, excessive climate is inflicting loss of life and destruction all over the world.
These situations are usually not essentially new, however they’re changing into extra frequent, extra intense and, in some instances, extra disastrous.
The United Nations says the scenario is fuelled by world warming and is affecting all the things from the Earth’s ecosystems to migration.
So what ought to governments do? And the way will we reverse a number of the harm?
Presenter: Nastasya Tay
Catherine Gamper – lead on local weather change adaptation on the Organisation for Financial Co-operation and Growth
John Nairn – senior excessive warmth adviser on the World Meteorological Group
Dorothy Guerrero – lead of coverage and advocacy at International Justice Now