A survey revealed that “climate change” remains a top recognisable and used phrase in the first two decades of this century. Today, climate change generates enormous interest socially and has become an agenda in major meetings governing varied subjects such as national security, trade, economics, agriculture, public health and the environment. Evidence of climate change can be seen in many forms from vanishing island nations in the Pacific Ocean to emerging opportunities for farming in the defrosting landscape of Greenland. Public awareness of climate change is gradually growing, particularly after the production of the famed Al Gore documentary “An Inconvenient Truth”. People across the world viewed this with great conviction and related it to incidents they have themselves encountered. Though we as individuals remain powerless to influence this global phenomenon, I am sure we are at least united once as humans. It will now take a political will to bring it to action.