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 image by António Guterres (@antonioguterres) with caption : "Leaving the Pacific, I am more convinced than ever that the global climate emergency is the battle of our lives – a batt" - 2047250644540286966
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Leaving the Pacific, I am more convinced than ever that the global climate emergency is the battle of our lives – a battle we can and must win. My message to governments: -Tax pollution not people. -Stop subsidizing fossil fuels. -Stop building new coal plants by 2020. We must take NOW. 📸: Mark Garten / UN Photo

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Vanuatu is one of the most disaster-prone countries in the world, threatened by volcanic eruptions, earthquakes and extreme weather – made worse by the global climate emergency. From protecting the ocean from plastic pollution to cultivating resilient crops, I saw how this Pacific island nation is facing threats with determined . 📸: Mark Garten / UN Photo

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Today I was in Tuvalu, on the extreme frontlines of the global climate emergency. Nowhere have I seen the heartbreaking impacts of climate change more starkly than in this island nation. I met families whose homes and way of life are at risk because of relentless rising seas, which threaten to drown this beautiful country. I met children who are looking to my generation to secure their future. What’s happening to Tuvalu is a sign of what’s in store for us all. I urge you to demand urgent from your leaders. We must save Tuvalu — and save the world. 📸: Arriving in Tuvalu (Mark Garten / UN Photo) Scroll through for more images.

 Instagram Image by António Guterres (@antonioguterres) with caption : "As Secretary-General I have many battles. 
As a grandfather, the battle against climate change is the battle of my life." at Fiji - 2044981266926997174
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As Secretary-General I have many battles. As a grandfather, the battle against climate change is the battle of my life. It’s a battle we’re not winning. I'm in Fiji, an island nation on the frontlines of climate change but also a model of for big emitters to follow. Here is my message from the Pacific to governments around the world: Tax pollution not people. Stop subsidies to fossil fuels. Stop building new coal plants by 2020. We need stronger political will to save our planet and our future. 📸: With youth climate advocate Timoci Naulusala | UN Photo / Mark Garten

 Instagram Image by António Guterres (@antonioguterres) with caption : "Climate change is the greatest challenge of our time -- and few places are feeling it as intensely as the Pacific island" at Fiji - 2044330945678476559
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Climate change is the greatest challenge of our time -- and few places are feeling it as intensely as the Pacific island countries. That's why I'm here in Fiji to see for myself the very real impacts of climate change and to share with you how the Pacific is a frontrunner in taking urgent and ambitious . Sea level rise in some Pacific countries is four times greater than the global average - an existential threat to many of these island states. Our oceans are in serious trouble, from coral bleaching to biodiversity loss to plastic pollution. It's not only the Pacific that’s at stake, it’s the whole planet. People everywhere are starting to feel the impacts, and they will only get worse. So, from here in the Pacific, I'm sending a message to governments around the world: Tax pollution not people. Stop subsidies to fossil fuels. Stop building new coal plants by 2020. Our future -- your future -- depends on it. 📷: Mark Garten / UN Photo

Every Ramadan I make a visit of solidarity somewhere around the world. This year, I travelled to Christchurch, New Zealand to be with the Muslim community after the horrific terrorist attacks there in March. No words can relieve the sorrow and pain they have suffered but I wanted to come in person to show my love, support and admiration. Hatred is on the rise. Communities all over the world are feeling vulnerable and insecure. Hate speech is spreading like wildfire on social media. We must extinguish it. Everyone has a role to play. We need to use platforms like @Instagram to increase understanding and tolerance — and to call out hatred whenever we see it. 📸: Mark Garten / UN Photo

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Wherever I travel, it is important to me to connect with young people so that I can learn from them and hear their views. Today in New Zealand, students shared with me their anxiety about the global climate emergency and their frustration at the failure of my generation to address it. They also displayed an inspiring determination to step up and tackle climate change. I encouraged them to keep leading the way in taking and holding leaders accountable. Our future -- their future -- depends on it. 📸: Mark Garten / UN Photo

 Instagram Image by António Guterres (@antonioguterres) with caption : "My #ClimateAction message from the Pacific today: 
Political will on climate change is fading. We need to shift taxes fr" at Auckland, New Zealand - 2042699190160732965

My message from the Pacific today: Political will on climate change is fading. We need to shift taxes from salaries to carbon. Tax pollution not people. Stop subsidizing fossil fuels. Taxpayer money should not be used to boost hurricanes, spread drought and heat waves, melt glaciers and bleach corals. Stop building new coal plants by 2020. We need a green economy, not a grey economy. 📸: Mark Garten / UN Photo

‪In New Zealand today, I expressed my full solidarity in the wake of the horrific attacks on Christchurch mosques in March and thanked Prime Minister @jacindaardern for her efforts to curb violent extremism on social media. I also commended her visionary leadership on the global climate emergency, including the target of achieving carbon neutrality by 2050 - a model for all countries to follow. No one, in any country, can avoid the impacts of climate change. Each and every one of us has a responsibility -- and an opportunity -- to step up and take , starting today and wherever you are. The race against climate change is a race we can and MUST win. Our future depends on it. 📷: UN Photo / Mark Garten

 image by António Guterres (@antonioguterres) with caption : "Two years ago, I visited the Aral Sea, where I witnessed one of the largest ecological catastrophes of our time. The Ara" - 2040241305845690227
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Two years ago, I visited the Aral Sea, where I witnessed one of the largest ecological catastrophes of our time. The Aral Sea was once the world's fourth largest lake, and its progressive drying out over several decades has caused a cascade of challenges for governments and communities in the region. My trip was a reminder of the terrible consequences of neglecting our planet, but I was also able to see how, with the right support, communities can turn things around. Today, I am very proud of the commitment from leaders across the @UnitedNations to implement more concrete steps within our Organization to address climate change. We appeal to all countries to step up their ambition and join us in taking urgent to limit global warming to 1.5°C. Next week I will be travelling to Fiji, Tuvalu and Vanuatu – islands which are on the front lines of climate change but also front runners in taking climate action. From the Pacific, I’ll share with you examples of climate solutions for us all to follow. 📷: UN Spokesperson

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Each year we gather to pay tribute to our colleagues who have lost their lives on duty. It is a sad reminder of the often perilous nature of our work. With family members present, this year we honoured 115 colleagues from 43 nations. When our colleagues pay the ultimate sacrifice, it is our duty to honour them and support their families. We honour their memory by rededicating ourselves to the cause of promoting peace, prosperity and opportunity for every woman, man and child on the planet. 📷: UN Photo/Mark Garten

 Instagram Image by António Guterres (@antonioguterres) with caption : "Whenever I can, I stop for a moment to take in the view from my offices at @UnitedNations Headquarters in New York. 
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Whenever I can, I stop for a moment to take in the view from my offices at @UnitedNations Headquarters in New York. Looking out at this vibrant and diverse city, I remember all the villages and towns the world over, where I've heard people express the same, simple hope -- for a life of dignity and security on a planet that is thriving. The UN belongs to those people -- to all of you. That's why I'm happy to be here on @Instagram to give you a first-hand look at my job as Secretary-General and share what motivates me to strive for a better, more peaceful world for us all. 📷: UN Photo / Mark Garten