Webinar - The significance of the 1.5°C temperature limit to small islands

Did you know that Small Island Developing States (SIDS) were the first to champion the 1.5 degree goal? Rueanna Haynes, Legal Advisor at Climate Analytics, talks to the Climate Tracker about the importance of this goal to the Caribbean and other SIDS around the world.

Date26 September 2016
Caribbean island states, like Trinidad and Tobago, have long pushed for the 1.5°C temperature limit, which they consider a matter of survival. ©gamal_inphotos, Flickr