The world is facing a “global emergency” thanks to the climate change crisis, but some good news is happening at the global level

The global crisis is facing an “emergency” in the world of climate change, according to a report by the World Bank.

The report, Good News, Bad News, found that the world is currently facing an emergency due to the consequences of climate pollution.

It found that as of now, it is estimated that the global economy is worth $20 trillion, which is equal to around $8,000 per person.

However, the global crisis has made good news for some charities and good news to the world’s poorest.

The good news, according the World, is that people are working harder and more efficiently to save the world.

“The global economy has improved in efficiency over the past two decades, with an increase in productivity and output per person, but at the same time, the burden of climate-related poverty and inequity has increased,” the World report says.

It also points to the “extraordinary” progress made by communities around the world as a sign of success, but says that is only part of the story.

“There is a growing global demand for sustainable and fair trade, and the growing demand for healthy, sustainable food, including locally-sourced food,” it said.

“But as global warming and its impact on livelihoods continue to worsen, the demand for food and sustainable food production will grow as well.”

Good news for those who work hard to feed the world.

“The report says it is critical to support people and communities who are most in need of financial assistance, which includes climate-resilient cities, farmers, food processing plants, and water conservation.

Good news also comes from the developing world, the report says, where some countries have been struggling to rebuild.

The poor and underprivileged are often the hardest hit by climate change.”

Poor countries are also disproportionately affected by extreme weather events, including floods, drought, and heat waves.””

This means that they are at higher risk of climate shocks than the wealthy, who can enjoy more stability in their lives.”

Poor countries are also disproportionately affected by extreme weather events, including floods, drought, and heat waves.

“It recommends the UN and governments around the globe support these vulnerable countries and their efforts to tackle climate change through better education, better governance, and better financial assistance.”

Climate change is a global crisis, and its effects are expected to continue for decades to come,” the Global report says of the global impact.”

However, in order to address climate change and its impacts, governments and individuals must work together and make the necessary commitments.