24 Hours of Reality: The Road Forward
One month after the Paris Agreement enters into force, former US Vice President Al Gore will host 24 Hours of Reality: The Road Forward and will bring together millions of people to spend 24 hours focusing on the most important issue of our time.
This year, we’ll visit the top 24 CO2-emitting nations around the world and look at how climate change is impacting each nation, their commitments under the Paris Agreement, and the potential for change and solutions in each country.
Join us on December 5-6 with special focus on India on December 6th from 3:30 to 4:30 PM. Don’t miss India broadcast focused on making solutions to the climate crisis a reality.
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24 Hours of Reality – India’s Call to Action
A Practical guide to tackle the ongoing problem of hazardous air pollution in Delhi.
A guide is created for teachers and parents in Delhi to tackle the ongoing problem of hazardous air pollution in Delhi.
The document is based on the recommendations and suggestions provided by Mr. Kamal Meattle, CEO, Paharpur Business Centre (PBC), an active environmentalist and Climate Reality Leader. Mr. Kamal Meattle became allergic to Delhi’s air pollution 20 years ago and founded the solutions in plants. Since then he is implementing such solutions in his personal life and office space.
He has shared some practical solutions with us, which he has been implementing in his daily lifestyle from years.
Art Competition On Issues Of Climate Change In The Himalayan Region
An art competition is jointly organised by Kumaun University, The Climate Project Foundation, G.B. Pant National Institute of Himalayan Environment & Sustainable Development on the theme "Conserving the Himalayan Landscape: Perception and Coping with the climate change impacts on food, water, disease, and facilities."
The competition is open for all the students of Kumaun University studying from any campus or college in UG / PG / Research Scholar with the subject of Fine Arts / Visual Arts / Drawing and Painting, and Research Scholars of GBPNIHE & SD.
Submission Date: Submission of electronic image (photo/scanned image, etc.) of the painting along with entry form, abstract, and digital photo of artist on or before 30 November 2016.
Download Entry Form and Rules & Regulations for the competition
What You Can Do
It's time for our leaders to honor - and strengthen - their commitments to climate action.
Climate Leaders work to educate the public and their communities about the reality of climate change and promote both local and global solutions.
TCRP presentations are happening all over India and the Asia-Pacific Region. Our Climate Leaders tailor their presentations to the audience.