Many of the world’s most popular foods are vulnerable to the Earth’s changing climate. Coffee and cocoa, for example, are especially at risk due to their extreme sensitivity to shifts in rainfall and temperature patterns.
Coca Cola and Nike are finally coming to terms with the ways in which climate change can impact their bottom line, writes Coral Davenport in a new piece for The New York Times.
A review of the major accomplishments and outstanding issues coming out of COP19—and a look at some of our climate hopes for the coming year.
Despite the IPCC report’s resounding warnings, there is still little being done in the way of real global climate action. How can we change the climate conversation and inspire action?