CLIMATE CHANGE THREATENS THE VERY EXISTENCE OF SOME CARIBBEAN ISLANDS.
"Since 2009, more than a hundred Small Island Developing States, Least Developed Countries and many others have been calling for limiting global temperature rise to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels to prevent the worst of climate change impacts. The inclusion of a 1.5°C temperature limit in the 2015 Paris Agreement was a major victory for vulnerable countries."
THE PARIS AGREEMENT
Adopted by 196 Parties at COP 21
RT @CARICOMorg: We need to rally around bold solutions #CARICOMHeadsMeet #CARICOMHGC #CARICOMHGC43 https://t.co/HCacRLNmmq
“#1point5toStayAlive is not merely a slogan but a call to action" - @CARICOMorg's Josaeph Cox https://t.co/7a6jquq5va
Loss & Damages: Small islands States need Loss & Damage to be talked about, but definitely need things to get movin… https://t.co/m8mmtOKqVa
RT @PanosCaribbean: Guess who's back? #GlobalWarning #VFCCE13 https://t.co/MrHdFMHhXh
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