On December 26, 2004, in Indonesia, the world witnessed, almost live, an event of unprecedented violence. Over 16 years later, it is still challenging to get over it. On that day, a tsunami with a magnitude of 9.3 took the lives of almost 250,000 people. The images of people who did not realize the extent of the disaster were standing on the beach while the deadly wave was coming towards them are still etched in people’s minds. Less than a year later, on August 29, Hurricane Katrina destroyed New Orleans, killing nearly 2,000 people. Over the last two decades, natural disasters seem to be on the rise because of climate change. This justifies the enormous interest of the public in climate change.
Find accurate information
The most difficult thing when being interested in the topic is to find relevant information that can really educate you. The task is more complicated than it seems because there are many articles on the subject, but few that provide truly worthwhile information. However, the only way to fight against this scourge is to be informed of all the ins and outs. Our site aims to fill all the gaps and offer to those who want to know more about climate change all useful information. What is climate change? What are its origins? Is it still possible to fix it? What are the policies adopted nowadays to reduce its negative impact? The list of questions is far from being exhaustive, but all these queries will find appropriate answers on the site. Those who wish to become active will even find a calendar of conferences and events dealing with climate change.
Fighting Together for the Planet’s Sake
Tackling the negative consequences of climate change is important. However, the most challenging part isn’t to find solutions to slow down this dangerous process, but coordinating efforts and exchanging ideas to achieve an optimal result. Our site aims to do this and facilitate the coordination of all those who are actively involved in solving this problem.