Climate change is defined by the United Nations as the long-term shifts in temperatures and weather patterns. Even though these shifts may be natural, they have been accentuated by human actions. Warmer temperatures, more severe storms, rising sea levels, melting glaciers are some consequences of climate change. Aware of the threat climate change poses to the human race, the United Nations has initiated the United Nations Climate Change Conference, which gathers world leaders to take concrete measures to slow down the effects of climate change. In the context of the United Nations Climate Change Conference of this year (COP26), the GOPAC of which APNAC is a chapter discusses how Corruption hampers climate actions. Please click here to find out more.