At the recent climate talks in Durban the alarm was sounded. A stark warning went out that unless the World acts quickly to slash greenhouse gasses it faces a catastrophic rise in global temperatures.
Enough, its claimed to melt glaciers and polar ice caps, trigger severe droughts, storms and rising sea levels that could leave tens of millions homeless.
In this edition The Network discusses the battle over climate change. How close are we to a global disaster? Were the Durban talks a success or a failure?