The Arctic
Rapid summer snow & sea ice meltdown
​- global warming amplifying
​ feedbacks triggered

State of the climate
All recorded causes & effects
​of GHG pollution
​are acclerating.
​​greenhouse gases
​ at record high
​ & unprecedented
​rate of​ increase.

Food security
​All regions now vulnerable
with declining yields
​ projected sooner 
Already climate change
​ is affecting yields
​- mostly negative ​​

The oceans
Record ​rate of 
warming + acidification​​
also deoxygenation ​
Phytoplankton algae in decline​
Committed Global Climate Change Planetary Emergency

 The Health and Human Rights Approach to Climate Change
Climate change is set to inflict “severe, widespread, and irreversible impacts” on people and the natural world unless carbon emissions are cut sharply and rapidly. IPCC at Lima Pre-Cop20 2014
 June 2015 the G7 proposed the IPCC AR5 most stringent mitigation scenario​
IPCC 2014 AR5 best case RCP2.6
and CAN Int.emissions​ 
Emissions target of zero carbon,

End fossil fuel energy era  by 2050, resulting in a world economy run 100% by clean renewable energy. ​​

Under 1.5C ​​​limit to global warming by 2100 

CAN Int. 2014​​

G7 June 2015 emissions proposal
News- 2015 will hit + 1.0C,  and it has   

22.6.2015 ReutersClimate change health risk is a "medical emergency", experts warn​
​Record melting 
​up to date UN pledges

Climate Action Tracker
Pledges mean  ​
​3.2-3.8C by2100
​which is 4-5C by 2200. ​ ​
How to stop climate change & ocean acidification in one simple step

Stop fossil fuel subsidies- World $5.3 Trillion, US China $2.3 Trilion
5 Aug 2015 Rolling Stone The Point of No Return: Climate Change Nightmares Are Already Here
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​​The Paris climate agreement Preamble describes what certainly adds up to a planetary emergency situation, but there is no aspect of an emergency response.
5 Jan 2015 Current pace of environmental climate ​change is unprecedented in Earth's history
Join the Emergency Climate Movement - Climate Mobilization 
US President Obamano challenge poses a greater threat to our children, our planet, and future generations than climate change'.
Climate change mitigation and adaptation failure is the top global risk
​World Economic Forum’s Global Risks (to business) Report 14  January 2016

25 Jan 2016 Mankind is likely on a path toward  possible extinction, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Elizabeth Kolbert
26 Sept 2015 Climate Moblization The Emegency Climate Movement