Meaning of climate emergency in English:

climate emergency

Translate climate emergency into Spanish

noun

  • A situation in which urgent action is required to reduce or halt climate change and avoid potentially irreversible environmental damage resulting from it.

    ‘millions of people around the world took part in protests against inaction on the climate emergency’
    • ‘they are asking lawmakers to declare a climate emergency and terminate all current fossil fuel projects and proposals’
    • ‘Expanding battery storage is a critical part of how we advance momentum to confront the climate emergency.’
    • ‘He wants all governments to declare a state of climate emergency.’
    • ‘We have enhanced our reputation for urgent, powerful reporting on the climate emergency.’
    • ‘Many governments and institutions around the world have declared a climate emergency.’
    • ‘The creation of millions of new jobs building windmills and solar panels and plugging leaks in buildings is absolutely what is needed right now to solve the climate emergency.’
    • ‘Thousands of trees will be planted at green spaces next year as part of the council's plans to tackle the climate emergency.’
    • ‘There are so many people denying the climate emergency.’
    • ‘High on the agenda will be the climate emergency.’
    • ‘In order to battle the climate emergency there has to be limits on where fishing of this kind can take place.’
    • ‘Energy generation around the world is shifting towards renewable sources in response to the climate emergency.’