In December 2015, a climate agreement was signed in Paris in which countries agreed to keep global warming below two degrees. For this, greenhouse gases must be significantly reduced and fossil energy sources must be replaced by sustainable energy. Droughts, floods and extreme storms are becoming more common due to climate change. Greenhouse gases that we emit cause the temperature on earth to rise rapidly. This causes the Arctic ice to melt and sea level to rise. Poor people, who are already the most vulnerable, will be the first to suffer the consequences. They often depend on farming in areas prone to extreme conditions.
Be inspired by this collection of school activities around SDG 13.