When you click on the link, YouTube automatically takes you to an article about a topic related to that topic.
You can then read more and watch more.
In the article, you can see that the article talks about the effects of climate change and is a link to a report by the International Energy Agency (IEA) on the impact of global warming on the global economy.
The article talks in detail about how the effects are predicted to increase over the coming decades.
“This will be the first time we will have an international platform that will be able to link all the relevant data, and this is a real breakthrough for climate science,” said Jodie Evans, CEO of Movado watches, which owns Movado and YouTube.
“We are excited to be bringing the world together to learn about the impact climate change is having on the world.”
The IEA’s report says the effects will be felt in many areas of the economy, including energy, food, water, transportation and agriculture.
The IAEA’s report on the impacts of climate-induced changes in the global energy and food systems says that over the next 15 years, there will be a global economic loss of $US5 trillion, with a total of $6.6 trillion in lost output.
This is due to a number of factors, including decreased demand for energy and decreased production.
According to the report, global food prices are expected to rise by $US2.2 trillion over the same period, while the global food price index is expected to increase by 2.2 percent.
The report predicts that by 2030, the amount of energy produced by the world’s livestock, agriculture, forestry and fisheries will decline by 30 percent.
In response to the IEA report, Movado will partner with the International Institute for Sustainable Development to create a global platform that provides information on the effects climate change will have on the food supply.
The platform will be based on the IEEA’s global network of data on the economy and climate, as well as information provided by individual countries and regions, which will be updated every month.
“We are working closely with Movado to build a platform that is the next-generation of climate science information,” said Evans.
The company said that the data it collects on the economic impact of climate is used in the Movado platform.
“Movado’s data helps us better understand what is happening in the world today and how we can adapt,” said Evan.
“With Movado’s partnership with IEED, we will continue to be a vital source of climate data to improve the health and well-being of our world.”
Movada watches outlet will provide climate-related information to its user base, including the impact that climate change could have on food and water.
“The IEE (International Energy Agency) has provided a wealth of information on climate change to the world over the last 15 years and Movado wants to be part of that process by providing it to its users and providing the information to help them understand how it is affecting the world,” said Movada chief operating officer Richard Brumley.
Movados founder and CEO Richard Brumsley says Movado has a great platform to connect people with climate science.