Climate change: What now, post COP25?

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This figure shows the history of atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations as directly measured at Mauna Loa, Hawaii. This curve is known as the Keeling curve, and is an essential piece of evidence of the man-made increases in greenhouse gases that are believed to be the cause of global warming. - Graphic: Wikipedia

The UN Conference of Parties (COP) 25, held last year in Madrid, Spain, was deemed a failure by many. Both activists and experts who attended observed that there has never been a bigger disconnect between “what the science requires and negotiations delivered in terms of meaningful action.” What went wrong?

Kingsley Goh, who represented the Malaysian Youth Delegation at COP25 in Spain, joins BFM’s Earth Matters to share his experience and perspectives from the conference, and to outline the key outcomes and failures of COP25.

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