Help & FAQ

1. Where does the content come from? 2. What kind of content is available? 3. How is the content organized? 4. What should I do if something on the site doesn't work?

  • 1. Where does the content come from? All news articles on Climate-L.org are researched and produced by our Team of thematic experts, this site is not an aggregator of news from other sources. We research by being at the meetings, talking to those involved, and from official sources, not just by reading second-hand sources.
  • 2. What kind of content is available?
    • Daily news reports researched and written by our own thematic experts
    • Guest Articles by key high-level officials, such as UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and UNFCCC Executive Director Yvo de Boer, written specifically for this website
    • Bi-weekly policy updates from our editorial staff
    • A comprehensive calendar of upcoming events
    • Overviews of issues and actors involved in work
  • 3. How is the content organized?

    The content highlights the actions being taken to address and is organized using four main categories:

    • We present an integrated view of issues by covering and highlighting the interdependence of environmental topics like freshwater and ozone, social topics like human rights and health, and economic topics like trade and transport.
    • We concentrate on the major international inter-governmental, and multilateral actors - the organizations involved in - with special focus on bodies, agencies and funds within the UN System.
    • We cover a variety of actions related to - announcements, statements, and press conferences given by key actors; meetings held to discuss scientific findings or policy, negotiate agreements, or provide training build capacity; publications both scientific and general; project announcements and their implementation; and key binding international decisions.
    • We present an integrated view of goals by covering news related to each of the four building blocks of the Bali Action Plan:
      • mitigation (reducing greenhouse gas emissions);
      • adaptation (dealing with the risks and impacts of );
      • technology (promoting climate-friendly technologies);
      • finance (aiming to respond to the challenge).
  • 4. What should I do if something on the site doesn’t work? If you are experiencing difficulties in viewing the contents of this website, please contact Diego Noguera: [[email protected]]