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This edition of our newsletter is dedicated to the climate emergency. 
It’s cold and then it’s gonna be hot forever 
Knock, knock!

Who's There?
Accordion who?
Accordion to the weather report, it's going to rain tomorrow!
There is no planet B!
Why is it called the ‘climate emergency’ now?

Rising temperatures, melting glaciers, rising sea levels worldwide, weather extremes, food and water insecurity are throwing nature out of balance and accelerating the pace of global catastrophe. 

Heatwaves becoming the new normal, reservoirs drying up, droughts stretching on, screams crisis. 

According to scientists, things will start going from bad to worse if fossil fuel emissions are not slashed by 2030. 

If this doesn’t shout EMERGENCY, then what will?
According to UNICEF, the climate crisis is a child rights crisis. 

Children who have contributed least to the global emissions will reap the greatest whirlwind of climate change.
According to the Children’s Climate Risk Index (CCRI), almost every child on earth is exposed to at least one climate and environmental hazard, such as heatwaves, cyclones, air pollution, flooding and water scarcity.

It is almost like being punished for other people’s crimes.
It's not too late
As per the UN, climate crisis is a race we can win.

We have about 11 years to fix the problem at hand.

Scalable new technologies and nature-based solutions will enable us all to leapfrog to a cleaner, more resilient, sustainable planet.

The most simple way forward to save the planet is through APPS. 
Yes, you read it right. 

Mobile apps inform users about every major change in the climate. 

Some apps for climate change employ technology to assist users identify locations with alternative energy sources, track air pollution levels in real-time, and more.

Hop, skip and jump on our
blog to find out about the top 10 climate apps. 
image source: verge.com
Everyone is cultivating the benefits of tech for themselves.

But how can it be used to save the one thing we all have in common, EARTH? 

There are some startups and businesses that are working towards finding tech solutions to simmer down the climate crisis.  

One such example is Nest Thermostat or Nest Learning Thermostat. It is a smart thermostat developed by Nest Labs.  
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Rain drop, drop top, all we do is ignore the crisis nonstop
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