COP26 Is Not The Disaster You Think It Is.
The first of our NONPOL Manifesto videos, detailing our issues with the most recent COP26 meeting and our global attitude towards Climate Change. We touch on a direct and effective step that we, and many scientists, conclude would be significant in decreasing the harm done to our environment – the reduction of methane as opposed to CO2. Watch our next video for a guide on how to survive Climate Change.
Surviving Climate Change - Part 1
We know that, for years now, we’ve been past the point of no return with climate change; it’s inevitable, so why are still trying to stop it rather than deal with it? We recognise that we cannot fight nature, only face it, so we’ve compiled a short list of steps for how we believe we can best manage the effects of climate change on our planet.
Surviving Climate Change - Part 2
Step 5: Once each country has done a full risk assessment of the impact of climate change to their country, they will submit this assessment to the SCC. Once all assessments have been received, a full analysis shall be conducted to assess the common risks, such as cities on the coastline or cities on riverbanks and flood plains. Generic solutions will then be identified for each group of risks. This will ensure economies of scale in building and designing global solutions, rather than hundreds of different ones. The solutions will be proposed and agreed by specialists in the relevant fields, ready for international and dedicated teams to carry out the work in the appropriate countries. Each country will be responsible for the costs of remediating their issues and will supply the labor required to complete each project.