Climate action: why is the single-issue approach risky?
Climate Change Global Warming Sustainability Goals

Climate action: why is the single-issue approach risky?

Prof Dr Ilan Kelman
Prof Dr Ilan Kelman

In 10 seconds? Climate change deliberately and explicitly separates itself from action on other societal challenges. New research on biodiversity and climate supports the long-standing calls to integrate topics, providing important advice for the COP26 climate conference.

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