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Is the UN a force for good?
The UN leads in battling climate change.
The UN achieved the
, achieving consensus among nearly 200 countries for the first time in history.
Since 1992, the
has helped get nations to curb Greenhouse Gas emissions.
Through the UNFCCC (
), the UN has called on nations and stakeholders to utilize adaptation to climate change impacts such as storms or floods as an opportunity to build a better world for all.
stopped the ozone hole growing over Antarctica, and was the first
unanimiously ratified international agreement
IPCC creates scientific reports on climate change that have more authority through their international cooperation and by being generated with a consensus through a UN-organisation.
This battle has been largely ineffective, as recent
illustrate that climate change impacts are worse than we previously expected.