MADRID, Spain. – The World Meteorological Organization will present this Tuesday in the Climate Convention its report on the State of the Climate, which provides data needed to understand the situation facing humanity with rising temperatures.
On the second day of the event, the World Health Organization will also release the results of its global health and climate change survey, a subject that is stronger for the consequences of air pollution.
Opened on Monday, the Summit began with a United Nations call to take decisive action to mitigate the effects of climate change and to launch Paris Agreement in 2020.
The Summit will reach its climax next week in the High-Level Segment, where presidents and environment ministers will put national commitments and their adaptation and mitigation initiatives on the table.