Politics Of Climate Change

Politics Of Climate Change

Politics Of Climate Change
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Politics Of Climate Change

Brazil's Amazonian Battle

Between the Lines

The World Health Organization puts the number of deaths from climate change at 250,000 by 2050. 

Droughts, wildfires, floods, and catastrophic rains only lead to one question: Has the politics of climate change finally reached the tipping point? CNA traverses around the world to investigate Australia's coal conundrum, Pakistan's Himalayan meltdown and Brazil Amazonian battle. Along the way, we meet people and activists trying to find ways to tackle the biggest issue of the 21st century.

A combination of bad policies and political apathy is speeding up climate change. Have we reached the tipping point? Can it be reversed?